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  1. Hello everyone! So, just got a shipping update, I am to expect my Ninebot E+ next monday! Must say I am super excited....I got to thinking after reading and watching some EUC training videos, a majority of the time in the beginning stages the EUC takes quite a beating! I saw one video where the battery ejected out of the EUC! after a small tumble in the parking lot. I was wondering what people here do to "protect" their investment while they are learning, and by protect meaning try to prevent it from getting beat up in the first few weeks of training. I do understand a tumble here, a dent there and scuffs and scratches but I would like to minimize that during my first few weeks until I get somewhat of a hold on what im doing! lol I was thinking maybe duct tape? draping an old sweater/jacket over the thing? cutting out an insulated shopping bag and taping it over the wheel....any thoughts??
  2. I have ordered an IPS 191 from Amazon for $950. It should arrive this Wednesday. I am not worried about myself, since I don't plan on taking any falls... However, I would like to protect my investment and try to keep it as new and shiny as possible during my initial learning time. Does anyone have any suggestions on what materials to use and what areas of the 191 to cover? I hope to pickup the materials ahead of time so I can ride ASAP when it arrives on Wednesday.
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