It’s really important to learn how to get on and off a hoverboard without falling. It’s not difficult and it could save you a nasty injury. In 2015, there was a Mike Tyson falls off hoverboard story doing the rounds, when the boxer fell off the hoverboard his daughter got for Christmas that year.
When Marty McFly zoomed around his hometown on a hoverboardin the 1989 film Back To The Future, it was without doubt, the coolest mode of personal transport that cinema audiences had ever seen, but is the Back To The Future Hoverboard real?
Before you purchase your hoverboard, you need to ask yourself this question - where can I ride a hoverboard? There is much debate in the UK about hoverboard legal rules and at the moment, it is illegal to ride any electric mode of personal transportation (excluding bikes) on roads, pavements and public footpaths.
Hoverboards are a fun way to get about on two wheels, powered by battery, but to really max out the experience, choose a model with Bluetooth capability and you’ll be able to play music through built-in speakers.