Electric E Scooter Ride on Rechargeable Battery With Removable Seat 120W 24V @ £59.99 mcc_outlet /ebay
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Electric E Scooter Ride on Rechargeable Battery With Removable Seat 120W 24V @ £59.99 mcc_outlet /ebay

£59.99eBay Deals
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Found 4th Jun 2016
Features:

✔ Rust resistant powder coated steel framework
✔ Adjustable steering handle
✔ Easy to operate twist & go variable speed control
✔ Side Stand
✔ Rubber wheels for a silent and smooth ride
✔ 15 to 20km on a single charge
✔ Can be folded for easy transport and storage

Contents:
E scooter
Fitting tools & UK Charger
Protection Pads
Community Updates

Groups

26 Comments
Looks so cool
I used to have one of these and they are awesome!
Edited by: "dr_genestealer" 4th Jun 2016
Cold 70kg max load
Original Poster

Cold 70kg max load


Good for 12+ age

Good for 12+ age


Still cold haha
Original Poster

Still cold haha



Thats fine

Cold 70kg max load


That's 11 stone in old money.
free protection but no helmet ...hmm
Where can you legally ride these?
Is this the same item from the same seller only at a cheaper price? Or am I missing something,as it's advertised on the same ebay page as the deal above

here
Original Poster

Is this the same item from the same seller only at a cheaper price? Or am … Is this the same item from the same seller only at a cheaper price? Or am I missing something,as it's advertised on the same ebay page as the deal abovehere


Both the models are different. One I shared is with Seat. One you shared is without seat...
No a deal usually this price all over EBay.

Is this the same item from the same seller only at a cheaper price? Or am … Is this the same item from the same seller only at a cheaper price? Or am I missing something,as it's advertised on the same ebay page as the deal abovehere



Actually maybe it is different,the other one doesn't seem to include a seat

Both the models are different. One I shared is with Seat. One you shared … Both the models are different. One I shared is with Seat. One you shared is without seat...



Yes,just saw that as I was checking them again to see if there was a difference

Where can you legally ride these?


Silverstone.
This is a warning to anyone thinking about buying a scooter from this company. I bought 4 of these scooters from this same company last year, for xmas presents for my children and God children. I thought they came with the standered "1 year warranty" like all new products, after no more than 3 months the scooters went wrong and started to either not work at all or had other problems, to cut along story short I phoned them up and was told that they were not prepared to help me out as they said that they only came with a "3 month warranty" after countless arguments on the phone with them they then only replaced one and sent parts for the others, eventually I had to scrap 2 of them, in total I am out of pocket to the sum of £120 thanks to this crap company!!! Please people do not give this company any of your money

Where can you legally ride these?



Plenty of places, such as your kitchen, living room, bedroom, spare bedroom, garden and even driveway!
I was picturing myself scooting to work and saving a fortune in petrol and parking and then I found this, boooo.

Electric scooters, go-peds, mini-motos, hoverboards and Segways etc. are all examples of vehicles that may be considered in legal terms to be motor vehicles and are therefore subject to all the usual legal requirements that apply to cars or motorcycles e.g. tax, insurance, registration and licensing and driver licensing. They cannot therefore be used on a road unless they conform to the law and many such vehicles will never be 'road legal' as their design fails to meet UK or EC road vehicle standards. Furthermore, such vehicles cannot legally be used on the pavement either, in fact the only place they can be used is on private land with the landowner's permission.

Some people think that because such vehicles are small they are toys and therefore the law doesn't apply but the legislation does not exempt 'toys' and the physical size of the vehicle is no great indicator of whether it's a child's toy.

If such vehicles are used on the road/pavement by young people, not only may the rider be committing a number of offences but their parents may also face prosecution for aiding and abetting or permitting the offences.
BTW still voted hot as it is a good deal.
Original Poster

I was picturing myself scooting to work and saving a fortune in petrol … I was picturing myself scooting to work and saving a fortune in petrol and parking and then I found this, boooo.Electric scooters, go-peds, mini-motos, hoverboards and Segways etc. are all examples of vehicles that may be considered in legal terms to be motor vehicles and are therefore subject to all the usual legal requirements that apply to cars or motorcycles e.g. tax, insurance, registration and licensing and driver licensing. They cannot therefore be used on a road unless they conform to the law and many such vehicles will never be 'road legal' as their design fails to meet UK or EC road vehicle standards. Furthermore, such vehicles cannot legally be used on the pavement either, in fact the only place they can be used is on private land with the landowner's permission.Some people think that because such vehicles are small they are toys and therefore the law doesn't apply but the legislation does not exempt 'toys' and the physical size of the vehicle is no great indicator of whether it's a child's toy.If such vehicles are used on the road/pavement by young people, not only may the rider be committing a number of offences but their parents may also face prosecution for aiding and abetting or permitting the offences.



Thanks for information. I was not aware of this. Was planning to buy for my kid. Now I have to rethink...
So is it legal to use in the park?
wondered the same thing myself
This fake is from China, no Guarantee it will last 5 min hence eBay. Sorry, don't buy fakes
What is the fine for riding one of these on the street?

This fake is from China, no Guarantee it will last 5 min hence eBay. … This fake is from China, no Guarantee it will last 5 min hence eBay. Sorry, don't buy fakes



Where's the genuine one from?
I want an original one......
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