When shopping for a floor scrubber you may be trying to decide if you need a rider or walk-behind scrubber. Here are some things to consider. First of all what is your space like? Is it wide open floor or does it have a lot of things to maneuver around? A larger warehouse with pallet racking and very few obstructions to go around would be great for a rider. Arenas, airplane hangers, large warehouses are all great places where a rider is a good idea. Larger retail and box stores can also be good places for riders. Riders are more productive and reduce operator fatigue.
However if your space is on the medium to smaller side and you have narrow isles and lots of things to go around, a walk behind would be a better choice.
#3 My machine will only run for a few minutes and then the batteries are dead.
Over the years I've heard countless times. Here's what to look for first. Sometimes it's not a battery problem it's an operator problem. Make sure it is actually being plugged in to charge after it is used. After plugging the charger in make sure it is actually coming on and charging. Can you see the amp reading display showing how many amps it is charging? Most newer machines come with onboard chargers.