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Can You Take Your Electric Scooter on a Plane? Here’s What You Need to Know

5TH WHEEL Official: Sep 09, 2022

Electric scooter or eScooters, have become increasingly popular as an eco-friendly alternative to traditional transportation. If you plan to travel with your electric scooter, it's important to understand the guidelines and regulations for taking it on a plane. In this article, we'll discuss the requirements and restrictions you need to be aware of.

Airlines' Restrictions on Electric Scooters

Most airlines classify electric scooters as hazardous materials due to their lithium-ion batteries, which leads to certain restrictions and requirements when flying with them:

Battery Type and Capacity

The type of battery your electric scooter uses plays a crucial role in determining its eligibility for air travel. Lead-acid batteries are not allowed on planes, while lithium-ion batteries up to 100 watt-hours (Wh) are typically permitted in carry-on and checked luggage if properly installed in the device. However, if your scooter's battery has a capacity between 100 and 160 Wh, airline approval is required. Additionally, lithium-ion batteries exceeding 2 grams of lithium content or spare batteries must be carried in hand luggage.

Airline and Country-specific Regulations

Guidelines for flying with electric scooters may vary between airlines and countries, so it's essential to check with your airline before traveling. Ensure your electric scooter is accurately labeled with the battery type and capacity, and complies with all safety requirements for air travel.

Preparing Your Electric Scooter for Air Travel

If your electric scooter is allowed on the plane, follow these steps to prepare it for travel:

Disconnect and Wrap the Battery

Disconnect the battery and wrap it in non-conductive material, such as plastic or tape, to minimize potential hazards.

Remove Accessories and Attachments

Remove any accessories or attachments from the scooter that could become loose or cause damage during transit.

Check-in Process and Security

Check in your electric scooter as oversized baggage, as it likely won't fit through the X-ray machines at security checkpoints. Allow extra time at the airport to ensure your scooter is properly secured for transport.


Taking your electric scooter on a plane is possible, but you must follow specific guidelines and restrictions to ensure safe air travel. By checking with your airline and preparing your eScooter correctly, you can enjoy its convenience and portability wherever your travels take you.