Well, almost. I did a stupid thing last weekend. I went out to the theater, and when I got home, it was late. In order to remove the Travelscoot from my auto, I have to leave the garage door open, so I decided to leave it in the trunk until the next day. I forgot to remove the battery and bring it into the house.
Well, it got down to 33ºF that night/early morning. Don't let anybody tell you Las Vegas is always hot :>) By the time I got the battery out, it was ice cold!
Something told me it was dead, and that I had learned an expensive lesson. I decided to attempt to warm it up gradually before I tried to charge it. I placed it on my velour comforter, and covered it with a lush throw. I turned it over every five hours or so for three days, stroking it and talking to it nicely
It finally seemed warmer, so I charged it yesterday. It took a charge, thank heavens! And today I placed it back on the scooter, and the meter shows a green charge light.
So my scare was a cheap lesson, thank heavens. I will always carry the battery bag with me so I remember to remove the battery even if I don't bring the scooter in immediately.
Just sharing so none of you have to go through that this winter.