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An argument over scooters on HUKD?

I'll get the popcorn.
Backslider01/11/2019 11:38

How about the government? LINK


They're not illegal. Owning one is perfectly legal and unless you're using one dangerously you're highly unlikely to get stopped. All you need to use one is a little common sense
I’m waiting for someone to say it’s illegal.
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Is not M365 Pro
janlim01/11/2019 11:00

Is not M365 Pro


This is the M365 OG.

And this is a great price.
janlim01/11/2019 11:00

Is not M365 Pro


Where does it say it is? Also, in before the "deez be illegal to drive on UK streets" crowd arrives.
Where can i find a difference in the models? Pro OG?
paulbennett904101/11/2019 11:15

Where can i find a difference in the models? Pro OG?


More battery and better display is basically the difference
paulbennett904101/11/2019 11:15

Where can i find a difference in the models? Pro OG?


You just get bit more miles from the pro and a better display ,its also heavier and more of a hassle to carry
Edited by: "_Tris_" 1st Nov
I’m waiting for someone to say it’s illegal.
This is a good deal then, just wondering if a fat man on a scooter will catch on lol
spoonta01/11/2019 11:34

I’m waiting for someone to say it’s illegal.



How about the government? LINK
ladaowner01/11/2019 11:16

More battery and better display is basically the difference



motor too
Backslider01/11/2019 11:38

How about the government? LINK


They're not illegal. Owning one is perfectly legal and unless you're using one dangerously you're highly unlikely to get stopped. All you need to use one is a little common sense
Yeezyj101/11/2019 11:45

They're not illegal. Owning one is perfectly legal and unless you're using …They're not illegal. Owning one is perfectly legal and unless you're using one dangerously you're highly unlikely to get stopped. All you need to use one is a little common sense



The government advice says that they are legal to own and use on private property. No one has ever said otherwise. You are objecting to a comment that wasn't made.

As for the rest, you will get away with it until you don't- LINK
Yeezyj101/11/2019 11:45

They're not illegal. Owning one is perfectly legal and unless you're using …They're not illegal. Owning one is perfectly legal and unless you're using one dangerously you're highly unlikely to get stopped. All you need to use one is a little common sense


U mean not using it on a public road or pavement, but using it on private land only to avoid a £300 fine and points on current or future license?

It only takes a bored PCSO who is short on thier unofficial quota to give you a fine, points and thus increase your insurance premiums for 3+ years just so you can look like some sort of sad woke hipster on a kids scooter.

J
An argument over scooters on HUKD?

I'll get the popcorn.
dothedealnow01/11/2019 13:37

U mean not using it on a public road or pavement, but using it on private …U mean not using it on a public road or pavement, but using it on private land only to avoid a £300 fine and points on current or future license?It only takes a bored PCSO who is short on thier unofficial quota to give you a fine, points and thus increase your insurance premiums for 3+ years just so you can look like some sort of sad woke hipster on a kids scooter.J


I ride mine around London on the daily without any issue at all. I've even spoken to police about them who seemed more interested than concerned. The punishments you mentioned are obviously not going to be used for someone using it sensibly - like i said before,it just takes a little common sense let me know if you come up with a valid point
My wife, son and I rode these in Seville for 3 hours. They are so much fun and a great way to get around.
Yeezyj101/11/2019 11:45

They're not illegal. Owning one is perfectly legal and unless you're using …They're not illegal. Owning one is perfectly legal and unless you're using one dangerously you're highly unlikely to get stopped. All you need to use one is a little common sense


That's me stuffed then

Was in Krakow 2wks ago whizzing round on the Bird scooters over there, absolutely hilarious. How we didn't get locked up I don't know
spoonta01/11/2019 11:34

I’m waiting for someone to say it’s illegal.


Congratulations you just did.
Yeezyj101/11/2019 14:11

I ride mine around London on the daily without any issue at all. I've even …I ride mine around London on the daily without any issue at all. I've even spoken to police about them who seemed more interested than concerned. The punishments you mentioned are obviously not going to be used for someone using it sensibly - like i said before,it just takes a little common sense let me know if you come up with a valid point


Of course you've spoken to Police whilst breaking the law. Just full of it.
ladaowner01/11/2019 11:16

More battery and better display is basically the difference


And its got 50w more power,can carry more weight
dothedealnow01/11/2019 22:04

Of course you've spoken to Police whilst breaking the law. Just full of it.


I also ride mine on a daily basis through central London. Go past police every day, they aren't interested. I wear a helmet and have reflective clothing and don't go over 15mph. They are great for getting around. I have ridden my m365 through torrential downpour and it's still going strong.
addisj03/11/2019 21:09

I also ride mine on a daily basis through central London. Go past police …I also ride mine on a daily basis through central London. Go past police every day, they aren't interested. I wear a helmet and have reflective clothing and don't go over 15mph. They are great for getting around. I have ridden my m365 through torrential downpour and it's still going strong.


You break the law on a daily basis?
dothedealnow03/11/2019 21:11

You break the law on a daily basis?


Shhh now, good lad
Edited by: "addisj" 3rd Nov
You want to risk getting a criminal record?

Good grief.

McDonald's wouldn't even give you a job.

Read on.

metro.co.uk/201…74/
dothedealnow03/11/2019 21:27

You want to risk getting a criminal record?Good grief.McDonald's wouldn't …You want to risk getting a criminal record?Good grief.McDonald's wouldn't even give you a job.Read on.https://metro.co.uk/2017/10/28/ten-things-you-should-know-if-you-have-a-criminal-record-7029074/


But you could work in Gregg's or Timpsons.

Grow up, little chap.
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