1. Do your research. Avoid cheap brands and invest your money in quality.
2. Check for a UL certification and read the manufacturers’ warranty before you purchase.
3. Read consumer reviews by those who already own the product.
4. Unplug the hoverboard as soon as it’s done charging, and never leave it charging overnight.
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