Hover Board is a self-balancing personal transporter consisting of two motorized wheels connected to a pair of articulated pads on which the rider places their feet or knees. The rider controls the speed by leaning forwards or backwards, and direction of travel by twisting the pads and balance. It is also Called A self-balancing scooter , self-balancing board, Segway. These devices function like powered skateboards and consist of a platform for the rider, situated between two wheels and powered by large lithium-ion batteries. A hoverboard consists of the following: * Gyroscope: Adjusts the tilt of the hoverboard to maintain balance. * Microprocessors: These tiny processors regulate the power output to the wheels. * Battery: Stores the electrical power for your scooter. This is usually a high-watt lithium battery. While there is currently little to no safety requirements for hoverboards in most areas of the United States, it is always wise to take precautions when using a motorized device. To avoid injury, riders are encouraged to wear helmets, knee pads, elbow pads, and wrist guards.