Tip #1: Keep a Fire Extinguisher Nearby
Instead, power is delivered through a metal cable that tensions as you squeeze the brake lever - similar to how many motorcycle clutches work.
Although not so much on modern motorcycles, these brakes are highly common on bicycles and e-bikes.
Tip #2: Have a First Aid Kit Nearby
Tip #3: Keep a Tidy Workspace
But that’s not all…In addition to keeping your workspace tidy, you also want to allow plenty of space around your workspace – i.e., that space you work in. Don’t make a job needlessly tricky because you’ve put yourself in a place where you have little to no arm and/or leg movement. Bottom line – get rid of the clutter and give yourself a wide-open space.
Tip #4: ALWAYS Unplug Batteries When You Work On Them
If you’d like to know more about disconnecting a motorcycle or scooter battery properly, check out the blog post on the Dual Wheel Journey.