That’s what I thought you’d all say.
I have 2 scooters. My small one is an Apex Rapid which is 6 months old and it’s this one I’ve had the problems with. It had got to the stage that I only had to travel about 10 minutes and the display that shows the charge goes right down as does the speed. I could crawl faster than the scooter would go! I complained to where I bought it from and I’m getting some new batteries tomorrow.
I’ve just bought a big 2nd hand 8mph Strider MX4. It’s 10 years old but is like new and has hardly been used. I’m enjoying going at full speed on this!
I leave them on charge all the time as it says in the manuals that they can’t be overcharged and the charger will stop charging when full charge has been reached.
It was just because my electrician friend implied I’d damaged the batteries by doing what I’m doing that I thought I’d ask.