Thanks for the suggestion and your trying to help me out. The display showed about 54 v- ish volts when it cut out and died on me. So the cut off should be well below that. I haven’t driven it for more than 20 kms in total. Now it won’t turn on at all. If I plug in the charger the fully charged light shows green after 10 minutes and if i leave the charger plugged in, the voltage shows 58.3 volts. As soon as I unplug the charger and try to turn the key and start it with the M button, the display flashes for less than a second and then goes black.
I haven’t heard back from them since July the 8th, today is the 13th - someone named Maxwell, suggested to try two things i tried already and that was the end of the support so far.
Your last suggestion is a good one, maybe i should book an appointment then show up with my dead scooter? There is no phone number to call only an on-line booking it seems.
Apollo released a brand new video yesterday on YouTube. I am try to contact them through the comments section there as well as that is what they suggested in the video,