First find some u-tube videos and watch a bunch of them. I do all of my own tires, and did two this week. It is nothing like a bicycle tire, other than being round. This process is tough to describe, thus the videos will prove helpful or sway you to having a shop do the work.
Tire removal requires the bead of the tire be separated from the wheel. Tools needed, bead breaker which can be C clamps, or some type of compression device to squish the side of the tire. I use a wooden lever that I built from scrap lumber, much easier than C clamps. Again there are U-tube videos of people using home made bead breakers.
Remove tire from the wheel. This is 80 % technique, and 20% tools. Use tire Irons, not screw drivers, they are for screws. The key to removal and installation is to make sure both of the beads of the tire opposite of the area you are working is in the lowest portion of the wheel. This will give you the most amount of freedom to remove the tire using the tire irons. Remove one edge of the tire from the rim at a time.
Ru-glide, or a soap and water solution greatly helps in slipping the tire off the rim. I recommend ru-glide found at NAPA auto stores.
You should also get rim protectors to protect the rim, especially if this is your first time. I do well with plastic from a milk jug, but I do have motorcycle rim protectors that I use on difficult tires. Some tires are harder than others, let your new tire sit in the yard with the sun warming it before installation it will soften it up.
I find removal harder than installation most of the time. Installation is opposite of removal. Ohh don't forget to replace the air valve stem while the tire is dismounted. You will need a stem tool to insert it. Ohh do you have a decent air compressor, to seat the new tire and inflate it.
I have done many changes without balancing the tire/wheel system, on previous scooters, but the B400 can do over 90 mph, and I do get on some 70 MPH highways, so I balance the system after each change. I use a Black Widow wheel balance with stick on weights. Again there are great videos on how to use on, yep U-tube.
Well I gave you a few things to think about, it seems simple until you examine each step of the process, and these are just the rudimentary steps. There are torque specs, brake disc removal, and other diss-assembly and assembly steps.
Consider all of this before you decide what to do.