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E-bikes and E-scooters

E-bikes and e-scooters are becoming increasingly popular, and with that, comes a corresponding fire safety concern due to the charging and storage of them.

Most are powered by lithium-ion batteries which can be charged in the home. On occasion, there is a risk that batteries can fail catastrophically, ‘explode’ and/or lead to a rapidly developing fire.

Please follow our safety advice to prevent this happening:




Damage and disposal

More information

The FireKills campaign has produced a safety leaflet about the safe use of personal light electric vehicles.

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