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Electric Scooter £40 in Morrisons

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Refreshed 22nd Nov 2018 (Posted 21st Nov 2018)Local
Morrison's have an electric scooter for £40 as part of there black Friday deals

70cm x 89cm x 40 cm

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“Xkootz Kids Electric Scooter”

Still a great price though, but you won’t be riding it to work (unless you’re very small)
Madgick323 m ago

“Xkootz Kids Electric Scooter”Still a great price though, but you won’t be …“Xkootz Kids Electric Scooter”Still a great price though, but you won’t be riding it to work (unless you’re very small)


Or a wee bit krankie
Can this be used as a normal scooter too
And can't be legally used on pavements. Looked for my kids as I've taken up walking allot to loose weight but I know they wouldn't want to walk 10-15miles, but incentive of a toy would ha ha
kevnemma21/11/2018 14:32

Can this be used as a normal scooter too


i was thinking the same as i'm on the look out for a nice scooter for my son anyway

Will try and find out and report back
memedoos37 s ago

i was thinking the same as i'm on the look out for a nice scooter for my …i was thinking the same as i'm on the look out for a nice scooter for my son anywayWill try and find out and report back


Thanx
Electric scooters are not currently legal on pavements OR roads in the UK. Not by design, just a quirk of our existing laws that will likely be changed soon.

People already use them a lot and nobody cares so you’ll probably be fine
Madgick321/11/2018 15:07

Electric scooters are not currently legal on pavements OR roads in the UK. …Electric scooters are not currently legal on pavements OR roads in the UK. Not by design, just a quirk of our existing laws that will likely be changed soon.People already use them a lot and nobody cares so you’ll probably be fine



fricken middle aged woman nearly knocked me down on the pavement today speeding along in what can only be described as a small type of car headlights, roof, indicators, bloody nut job so she was

things should be limited in speed
ijwia2 h, 48 m ago

fricken middle aged woman nearly knocked me down on the pavement today …fricken middle aged woman nearly knocked me down on the pavement today speeding along in what can only be described as a small type of car headlights, roof, indicators, bloody nut job so she wasthings should be limited in speed


Wait till I pass you on my 35mph electric skateboard
Does anybody know when some sort of ruling is expected to be reached for electric scooters use on public pavements/highways?

I'm this close to getting a Xiaomi 365 as my modern day equivalent to my Bickerton.
Edited by: "TopTrump" 21st Nov 2018
ijwia21/11/2018 16:25

fricken middle aged woman nearly knocked me down on the pavement today …fricken middle aged woman nearly knocked me down on the pavement today speeding along in what can only be described as a small type of car headlights, roof, indicators, bloody nut job so she wasthings should be limited in speed


Think your talking about a mobility scooter used to help people who struggle to walk about. Socially acceptable as gives people their independence.

I think they pose a different level of risk than this little scooter ths slow and light know which I would rather get hit by. But guess which ones legal.

Bare in mind though some people are disabled and struggle with muscle control and strength so we need to make allowances. Not that you have to be disabled to choose to use one...

I just mean sensibly they toy scooter should be no issue. Supermarket mobility scooters have terrible turning circles it's a bit like driving an oil tanker. Electric scooters are a completely different experience.
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Looks to be the product from the first comment. 5mph top speed... That's a slightly fast adult walk... 10km range 50kg max. Bit of fun. My kid would likely be slower on that than the push scooter especially downhill as motor will hold back.... In theory you could give a kid on this points and a fine on a future driving licence because that's the type of country we are. Meanwhile the rest of Europe seems to be welcoming them as a way of cutting pollution, congestion and getting us out of cars.
alexus19 m ago

Think your talking about a mobility scooter used to help people who …Think your talking about a mobility scooter used to help people who struggle to walk about. Socially acceptable as gives people their independence.I think they pose a different level of risk than this little scooter ths slow and light know which I would rather get hit by. But guess which ones legal.Bare in mind though some people are disabled and struggle with muscle control and strength so we need to make allowances. Not that you have to be disabled to choose to use one...I just mean sensibly they toy scooter should be no issue. Supermarket mobility scooters have terrible turning circles it's a bit like driving an oil tanker. Electric scooters are a completely different experience.



yeah sorry was talking about a mobility scooter although to be fair it really was a car and one that was too bleedin fast for the pavement, there must be accidents on the pavements with these things

pavements are walkways they were never intended for motorized vehicles i guess because it would be dangerous, i really think they need to define this stuff better maybe make a bicycle, scooter, disibility scooter part of the highway
kevnemma21st Nov

Can this be used as a normal scooter too


yes
TopTrump21st Nov

Does anybody know when some sort of ruling is expected to be reached for …Does anybody know when some sort of ruling is expected to be reached for electric scooters use on public pavements/highways?I'm this close to getting a Xiaomi 365 as my modern day equivalent to my Bickerton.


Next year or two, Birds and Lime, two big scooter companies are literally throwing money at DofT to legalise scooters in the UK, prob to cycle lanes and roads.

Government will have no choice but to accept the money bags , it will also help them reduce co2 emissions.
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