Whenever you ride a Hunter Board, you risk serious injury or even death from loss of control, collisions, or falls. To ride safely, you must read ALL instructions, safety messages, and warnings in this manual.
2) AVOID WATER
The board is not waterproof. The electronics, bearings, and other components may be damaged due to water. Riding in wet conditions is also dangerous and may cause injury.
WATER DAMAGE IS NOT COVERED BY WARRANTY.
Do not smash the board into hard objects, do not drop the board on the ground for starting operation. Although the product has been made to handle rigorous riding, it's still an electrical product and needs to be handled with care and respect.
ABUSE TO THE BOARD AS LISTED ABOVE IS NOT COVERED BY WARRANTY.
4) RIDING ON HILLS
Don't forget that what comes up, must come down. If you ride up a steep hill and intend to ride it down, ensure you know how to control your speed without the use of electric brakes.
In the unfortunate event, there's a malfunction with the brakes, you need to know how to safely stop.
The Hunter Board can climb hills of up to 30% gradient. Nonetheless, riding continuously in an extremely steep hill will put massive stress on the electronics.
We have installed current protections with our electronics, however, if you feel the board slowing down on a steep hill this is because the protection is kicking in and giving you a warning it's working too hard. At this time, you must consider stopping to avoid risking damage to the electronics.
DAMAGE TO ELECTRONICS THROUGH STRAIN ON MOTORS IS NOT COVERED BY WARRANTY.