- Board won't charge to 100% 
- Board shuts off on downhill due to overcharge   
Traveling downhill, my Onewheel+ turned off while the battery was at 95%.
My mint Onewheel+ received damage to one of the side rails and foot pads, my shoes need replacement, and I received road rash on my foot and elbow.
Just got a brand new Onewheel+ after riding the original for about a year. I've had plenty of time to practice on the original, so the plus has been smooth sailing with no dings, scratches, or bails. Unfortunately, today I had a bad bail that, frankly, was no fault of my own and should have been corrected by Future Motion.
I've been riding my plus for about two weeks, and it hasn't been charging to 100%. After each ride, it stops charging at a lower and lower percentage (i.e.: the battery stops at 98%, then 95% next time, then 93%, etc.). From what I've read, the temporary fixes are to run your board to 0%, do a 48 hr charge, and/or reinstall the app. I have performed each of these, and although it will charge to 100% once, subsequent rides continue to charge at a lesser and lesser percentage. The issue remains.
Today, my board was at 95% after being plugged in overnight. I'm well aware of full-battery push back when going downhill due to my experience with the original Onewheel, and it's also described in the owner's manual "Full-battery push back" page 35. However, my board was not fully charged, so I knew that going downhill would be safe. I got up to a cruising speed of 16 mph, and my board suddenly turned off, my tail skidded, and I fell against the pavement. People ran over to make sure I was OK, but I luckily was able to walk away.
I find this unacceptable, Future Motion, and I worry what other damage or injury the combination of these bugs may cause. I sustained injury, have to replace my shoes, and damaged my new plus all while complying with instructions within the owner's manual. If the battery was full, it should have read 100%, but there was some kind of error that prevented this.
I'm not sure what to do at this point. Any recommendations would be highly appreciated.