Where is my battery located on a Lance Charming scooter?

by Louise

I think my battery is dead, I have no idea where it is or how to charge it, help please! I have a Lance Charming 49cc scooter. Thanks

Answer: Louise, I'm not that familiar with your particular scooter, but often scooter batteries are located under the floorboard of the scooter. You have to remove the rubber mat and usually a couple of screws to access the battery compartment. Once you locate it, changing it out for a new battery is pretty easy...

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by: Jim Zeiser

I owned a Lance Charming (since sold) and she's absolutely correct. Under the rubber mat.

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