A Beginner's Guide to Riding the NAMI BURN-E 2 MAX

Welcome to the world of electric mobility! If you've recently acquired a NAMI BURN-E 2 MAX, congratulations on your exciting new journey. NAMI is renowned for producing high-quality electric scooters, and the BURN-E 2 MAX is no exception. In this beginner's guide, we'll take you through the essentials of riding your NAMI BURN-E 2 MAX, ensuring a safe and enjoyable experience.


Getting Started

Unboxing and Assembly

Carefully unbox your NAMI BURN-E 2 MAX and inspect all components.
Follow the included instructions to assemble your scooter, usually a straightforward process.
Make sure all parts are securely fastened before you start riding

Safety Gear

You should put safety first above all else. Wear safety gear at all times, such as knee and elbow pads, gloves, and a helmet.
Equipped with the right equipment, you may ride more comfortably and with less chance of injury.

Charging the Battery

Make sure the battery on your scooter is completely charged before taking it for a spin. Typically, a charger is included with the BURN-E 2 MAX.After plugging it in, watch for the battery to fully charge.


Riding Basics

Power On

Locate the power button on your NAMI BURN-E 2 MAX and turn it on.

You might also need to connect your smartphone to the scooter using the NAMI mobile app for additional functionality.

Riding Modes

Typically, the BURN-E 2 MAX has three riding modes: sport, comfort, and eco.
For a more forgiving experience, start in Eco mode and work your way up to Sport mode as you gain confidence.

Acceleration and Braking

To accelerate, gently twist the throttle on the right handlebar.
Use the left-hand lever for braking; squeeze it carefully for a gradual stop or quickly for an emergency brake.

Steering and Balance

Maintain an even body weight and both hands on the handlebars.
When accelerating, lean slightly forward; when braking or slowing down, lean back.


Safety Tips

Recognize Your Environment

Always be aware of your surroundings. Be mindful of oncoming cars, pedestrians, and obstructions.
When it's essential, use the scooter's bell or horn to warn people.
Observe traffic laws.

Respect local traffic laws and ordinances. This entails utilizing designated bike lanes when available and stopping at traffic signals.
Do Not Go at High Speeds at First

It's better to start off slowly as a novice and pick up speed gradually as you get a feel for how the scooter handles.


An entertaining and environmentally responsible way to explore your surroundings is with the NAMI BURN-E 2 MAX. You may make sure that your riding experience is both safe and fun by keeping to our beginner's guidance. Keep on mind that practice makes perfect, and you'll gain a greater sense of confidence when operating an electric scooter. Enjoy the convenience and convenience that come with electric mobility, and have enjoyable riding!