Hello and welcome to MadCharge Forum!
We are a community of Electric Scooter enthusiasts that are here to share knowledge about scooters, and have a good time. Even though the forum is a place for open dialogue, we want to keep it fairly organized so people can easily find the bits of helpful information shared here.
To fit straight in and get the most out of the forums, we would ask you to read and follow these simple guidelines:
Also check "How to Post" info page before starting new discussions!
1. We Talk Electric Scooters
Staying on topic helps keep this forum organized on a way that’s the most helpful for you and other members.
We have a tag system to make content easier to find. Please use the appropriate tags whenever you make a new thread.
To keep helpful information easily accessible, we usually weed out any duplicate threads. Basically, before making a new thread, make sure that nobody already asked the same thing earlier.
2. Keep it civil
We welcome people who keep a friendly and respectful tone at all times. Our mod team is constantly monitoring the forums to ensure that Madcharge is a safe and welcoming place.
Please, avoid any of the following:
- Hate speech (of any sort)
- Discrimination (of any sort)
- Name calling, defamation, harassment, and excessive profanity
- Impersonation of other people or companies
- Spam of any sort
- Phishing messages, as well as the usage of links that lead to suspicious and/or dangerous websites
- Usage of media that is explicit in any way (any sort of obscenity, nudity, gore, etc)
Help us help you. If you see a post that you think violates any of the rules here, help us find it faster by either flagging it or reaching out to one of the mods through DM’s.
3. Healthy Dialogue
The entire point of this forum is to let you share your knowledge, experiences and opinions with other people. This means that sometimes you’ll be challenging others’ views, calling what they said into question, and using arguments to defend your position.
Constructive criticism, challenging questions, it’s all welcome here on the forums. Any sort of input that brings value to the conversation and its members is greatly received, as long as it’s said in a respectful manner.
4. Let’s keep it tidy
Even if your post or message doesn’t break any of the rules mentioned above, it might still get moderated if we consider that it clutters the thread.
For instance, please use the “Like” button instead of a 1-2-word response like “ok” or “thank you”.
Don't answer the title. Take some time to read everything carefully, and go through the whole conversation thoroughly. This way, you can make sure that your reply will bring value to the conversation.
Humor and intelligent observations are more than welcome, as long as they don’t derail the topic too much. If you want to just chat, we have an entire section dedicated to that.
If you just want to post some nonsense as a test, do so in the ‘test’ section of the forum.
5. Keep it legal
It goes without saying that we won’t tolerate any illegal activities or content on this forum. Keeping this place within the boundaries of law ensures a safe experience for every member of this forum.
We will swiftly terminate any account posting illegal content and/or promoting any sort of illegal activities, websites, companies, products, etc.
Same applies to personal data. Sharing your country of residence is welcome since it’s often relevant to the topic (things like scooter pricing and availability greatly vary from country to country).
Now, sharing any personal info other than country of residence is frowned upon. Asking others to share their personal info with you (unless, again, it’s their country of residence), as well as posting personal info that is not yours, is bannable.
Finally, if you have a problem with another member, please don’t deal with it alone. If it's on the forum, use the Report command on the post in question, then let the staff take care of the situation. Otherwise, report the violation to https://www.madcharge.com/contact/.
Our moderators can edit or delete any content that they consider offensive or disruptive. Serious or repeated offenses can lead to the suspension of the offender’s account.