Another retailer is pulling hoverboards off its website.  Amazon dropped some brands over the weekend because they could be dangerous.

Leading hoverboard maker Swagway confirmed that the online retailer requested that companies that manufacture the popular, self balancing motorized two wheeled scooters prove they are safe to use.

The Consumer Product Safety Commission is investigating at least 11 reports of fires related to hoverboards in 10 states in the past year.

The commission recommends consumers not charge hoverboards before wrapping them.  You don't want a fully charged hoverboard in a box sitting under your tree until Christmas.  Here's the latest from USA Today!