A: Okai is a multinational team with more than 17 years of micromobility experience. We address the “first & last mile” problem with high quality, high-performance electric vehicles that redefine the present and future of transportation. Okai is here to leave an impact instead of a big carbon footprint. 

A: Yes, by integrating research, development, production and supply chain capabilities Okai is empowering electric scooter sharing companies around the globe and empowering people everywhere to move across their cities, campuses, and communities in ways that are safe, simple and fun.

A: Yes. Each city and state differs regarding helmet laws and electric scooters. We strongly encourage ALL riders to wear a helmet.

A: On average electric scooter batteries will last between 3 to 5 years, or 400 to 500 charge cycles. This lifespan is determined by a number of factors, such as how often and how hard the vehicle is riden. Proactive maintenance can help to extend your battery’s lifespan, such as storing it in a cool place out of sunlight, and not letting the battery go unused for long periods of time. 

A: You have not normally used and maintained the battery, and stored it for more than the maximum storage safety period of three months (the whole vehicle is plugged in and stored for more than one month, and the initial power for separate storage is less than 50% for more than three months), and failure to charge the battery causes undervoltage of the battery feed, which cannot be repaired.