FAQ’s on Segways
A Segway is the first self-balancing, electric-powered transportation device. With dimensions no larger than the average adult body and the ability to emulate human balance, the Segway uses the same space as a pedestrian and can go wherever a person can walk.
Although riding a Segway is relatively easy, corporate policy requires that all riders be at least 12 years of age (an adult or guardian must accompany children under 18).
No. Unfortunately, Segways are single person vehicles.
All customers are required to take a 15-20 minute hands-on training session to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience. Riders are trained on Segway operation and emergency stops
The utmost care and research has gone into ensuring that each Segway model is safe. The Segway’s balancing technology is truly revolutionary and provides an exceptional riding experience. Segways have redundant systems and sophisticated alerts built into its design, and many thousands of hours of use have demonstrated that the Segways are safe when used appropriately. It is important that Segway riders understand their responsibility to ride safely. Proper skill level and understanding of the Segway prevents injuries caused by loss of control or misuse.
Yes. While the Segway balances for you, it is still under your control and relies on you to control its direction and speed. It is essential to know the limitations of your riding ability and the Segway and practice your skills accordingly. As when driving a car or riding any moving device, care and observation of hazards are essential in order to avoid collisions with obstacles.