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Can you charge scooter without taking the batteries out? Is there an exterior spot to plug in?

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You can charge the batteries with your offboard charger and the battery pack still on the scooter just plug the charger into the charger port on the side of the battery case and then plug it into the wall socket and charge overnite Will work just like if you removed the battery pack from the scooter. Hopw this helps you

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