Before SARS-CoV-2 hit the world, I use to regularly ride my electrical scooter (Xiaomi M365) for commuting. Due to the epidemic the country entered an emergency state and we are all forced to sit @ home unless it is really necessary to go out (requires some paperwork, food can be bought only from stores close to home etc.).
This virtually means that I cannot ride the scooter for about 2-3 months. I am wondering if I should do something special about the battery.
Based on the information I found on the Internet, the scooter has LG high security 18650 lithium batteries. I could find instructions related to the proper charging of the battery (e.g. not allowing it to be discharged too much, not allowing it to charge after reaching 100%), but I cannot find anything related to keeping the battery in good shape when the product is not used for a long time.
My intention is to charge the scooter at least once a month to ensure that the battery never discharges very much, but I am not sure if this is enough.
I vaguely remember a movie where a person was virtually riding (started the engine through a software) the scooter to discharge it and recharge it again, but I cannot seem to find it. Also, not sure if it makes sense to try this.
Question: Should I worry about the battery performance when not using my Xiaomi M365 not being used for a long time?