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Me neither, but djeez guys ...
I also live in a region where I have to use a language on a daily basis that's different from my mother tongue (I am dutch speaking and live in the french part of Belgium), and I also kept on making the same mistakes over and over. I prefer to have someone tell me (which they did) what those mistakes were so I could keep it in mind and from then on I didn't make them anymore, making me better in a foreign language. It's not about giving a complete grammar course here, but just a "quick fix" for an easy to make mistake for a word that happens to be used a lot on this forum.
But ok, if you don't want to improve and are offended by a stupid remark like this, please do continue to write "batterie". Doesn't matter to me as I also write it like that in french
The real, actual tiltback will be noticeably sharper.
Also, it's not recommended to go above 45 km/h for average weight riders and 40 km/h for heavier riders on the 84V GT16 at 100% battery (speed considerations should be reduced as the battery depletes).