User Manual


Improper use of the Self Balancing Hoverboard can lead to serious bodily injury, and /or death.

What is a Space Chariot Hoverboard?

A Space Chariot Hoverboard is a battery-operated, self-balancing, two-wheeled scooter, better known as a "hoverboard." No horse necessary.

Tips before using your Space Chariot Hoverboard.

It is highly recommended you begin your first journey with an experienced spotter who can assist you in centering your balance on your hoverboard. The hoverboard pedals are very responsive and sense the slightest motion, so finding your center of balance is key. Step on quickly, confidently, and evenly, while keeping your body calm. Avoid flailing your arms, leaning too far forward and/or backwards too quickly, or stepping on unevenly, as this will cause you to lose control and increase your probability of injury.

Once you even your center of gravity, you will be able to stand comfortably without moving, similar to standing on the ground. Take a deep breath. Stay relaxed and confident. Please carefully follow the detailed directions outlined in the USER MANUAL.


Failure to follow the basic instructions and safety precautions listed in the USER MANUAL can lead to property damage, serious bodily injury, and/or death.

Hoverboard Instructions

Step 1: Getting Started

Unwrap your Hoverboard and place it flat on the floor. Attach the fender protectors on the shell above both tires. Push the power button, located on the front of your Space Chariot, next to the 3-pin charging port. You will hear an alert.

Step 2: Checking the Display

The Space Chariot Self-Balancing Scooter Hoverboard should indicate it is on by beeping when powered up. The Battery indicator light should indicate there is power to the device by lighting up.

Battery LED Light Indicator: The GREEN light indicates the hoverboard is more than 50% charged. The YELLOW light indicates the power is under 50%. The RED light indicates the power is down to 10%, and the hoverboard should be recharged.

Running Indicator: When the Space Chariot Self-Balancing Scooter Hoverboard's captain triggers the rubber foot mats, the Running Indicator LED will light up. When the system has an error during operation, the running LED light will turn red and you will be alerted with a beep.

Step 3: Charging your Space Chariot Hoverboard

Fully charge your Space Chariot Hoverboard before your initial use (2-3.5 hours). To determine whether of not your Space Chariot Hoverboard is charged, see the indicator light on the charger's black module. If the light on the charging block is RED, then it's charging. When it turns GREEN, it's charged.

Step 4: Hoverboard Safety Gear 

It is recommended that all riders wear the proper safety gear when riding your Space Chariot Hoverboard, including, but not limited to: helmet, knee pads, elbow pads, and wrist guards.

Step 5: Stepping On your Hoverboard

Starting directly behind your Space Chariot Hoverboard, place one foot on the pedal, centered on the rubber foot pad. Don’t apply pressure (the device will move), stand with all your weight on your back food still on the ground. When ready, shift your weight onto the already placed foot, and calmly step up as quickly and evenly as possible.

Step 6: Staying Balanced on your Hoverboard

Distribute your weight evenly on the hoverboard and find your center of gravity. Once level, you should be able to comfortably stand on your Space Chariot Hoverboard, as if you were standing on the ground. IF NOT balanced, you may drift in a particular direction, turn, spin in place, wobble back and forth, or feel uncomfortable on the device.

Note: It takes most users approximately five (5) minutes just to maintain proper balance and feel comfortable standing on the Space Chariot. The Hoverboard has an upgraded responses system, and moves with ease.

Just relax…

Step 7: Riding your Space Chariot Hoverboard

Adjust your center of gravity to move, accelerate, decelerate, turn, and come to a complete stop. To turn, simply focus on the direction you wish to turn, which will naturally cause you to lean in that direction. Remember, remain calm and confident.

Step 8: Dismounting your Hoverboard

From a stopped position, STEP BACK, lifting one leg off, and placing your foot on the ground behind you. DONE.


Stepping forward or jumping off to dismount your hoverboard may cause you to accidentally fall.