Licensing and Registration

Purchasers are responsible for registering (if applicable per state law) and operating the vehicles in accordance with the local state laws and ordinances. The purchaser is responsible for contacting their local state department of transportation or department of motor vehicles to verify if the product(s) are legal for operation on and/or off road in their state/city. 

Owners Responsibility

Cruzer owners are responsible for the performance of the required maintenance. You may be denied a warranty claim solely because of your failure to ensure the performance of all scheduled maintenance. As the owner, you should be aware that you may be denied your warranty coverage if your cruzer or a part has failed due to abuse, neglect, improper maintenance, or unapproved modifications. Examples of maintenance includes but is not limited to the following: 

  • Ensuring tires are at proper air levels.
  • Brakes are free and clear of dirt and debris.
  • Nuts and bolts are checked and tightened regularly.
  • Lights, blinkers, and signals are working correctly and properly connected.
  • Battery is stored in a safe area free of weather. Not too hot, not too cold.
  • All electrical components are stored safely from snow, rain, ice, and wind. 


To clean your Cruzer, wipe it down with a wet cloth.  Never spray it with water, it may damage the electrical components. 

Tune Up/Maintenance 

Tire Pressure

Regularly check tire pressure to ensure each tire is inflated to the proper PSI.  Low tire pressure can affect speed, performance, and safety. 

Check Nuts and Bolts

Regularly check for any loose nuts and bolts that may loosen during riding. 


Clean your brakes often. 

Battery Storage

Do not store batteries in temperatures greater than 130°F or lower than 14°F for longer than 24 hrs.  Extreme temperatures can damage the battery and void the warranty.


Charging the Cruzer

Use the charger and plug it into any outlet. It will take around 4-6 hours to fully charge. Don't leave the Cruzer or charger plugged in for long periods of time. The charging port for some Cruzer models is on the steering column below the on/off button. For other Cruzers, it’s under the foot runner. 

Moving the Cruzer

Ensure that the Cruzer is always turned off.  Turn the Cruzer on once you’re seated and ready to go. It's very easy to accidentally turn the throttle while walking the Cruzer into position. 


The Cruzers have three different keys — one to turn it on, one for the backseat lock box, and one for the compartment under your feet. 

Turning on the Headlight

Use the red button on the left side.

Adjust the Mirrors

Adjust your mirrors while seated with the handlebars straight. 


Gently twist the throttle (right handle). When the brakes are pulled, the throttle won't work.

Commuter/Alarm Mode

To engage the alarm, push the lock button on the key fob. To ride while in alarm mode, push the unlock button on the fob and either push the on/off button, or use the key.  Once you turn off the Cruzer while in alarm mode, it will automatically set the alarm after 20 seconds, making a loud alarm sound to notify you it's locked. 

Deactivating Alarm Mode

Push unlock button on key fob.  Insert key and turn on and off 3 times. After 7 seconds, you’ll hear a small chirp sound, notifying you that the alarm mode is off. 


Slow Speeds

Your Cruzer will go slower when the battery gets low, especially when going uphill.  Charge your battery and try again. 


If the alarm won’t turn off, see operating instructions for “disengaging alarm mode”. 


If your brakes start to squeak, wipe the discs with a clean cloth, or use brake cleaner to get any dust or dirt off the brake discs. 

Won't Turn On

Check the battery plug to make sure it’s pushed in all the way.  If the Cruzer display turns on, but won't accelerate, check to see if either brake is engaged.