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Kick scooters are pretty low maintenance machines, requiring only little more than a bit of TLC every now and then. The best thing to do to keep yours in shape is:
- Store it in a dry space when not riding.
- Check every few months for loose parts, bolts, or wheels.
- If your scooter has a handbrake (like Xootrs do), replace the brake pad and cable once a year if you ride daily. With lighter use, replace those parts when you feel diminished braking power.
Beyond that, most repairs can be handled more conveniently by an experienced mechanic.
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