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Razor E300 Electric Scooter - Grey - £199.99 at Argos
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Razor E300 Electric Scooter - Grey - £199.99 at Argos

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Posted 19th Jul

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Electrify your ride! With a larger deck, frame and tyres for older teen and adult riders, the E300 is Razor's speediest electric scooter. Travelling up to 15mph (24km/h), the superior performance electric power engages a high-torque chain-driven motor. The wide front and rear pneumatic tyres make it a speedy, comfortable and smooth ride. Includes rechargeable batteries, battery charger and retractable kick stand.

High-torque, chain driven motor speeds up to 15mph (24km/h) with a run time of 40 minutes continuous use on a single charge.

Super-sized deck and frame ideal for older teens and adults. Twist-grip acceleration control and hand operated rear brake. Front and rear pneumatic tyres for a smooth ride.

Note: vehicle not to be used on uk & ireland public highways (roads/pavements), vehicle must be used on private property with owners consent, appropriate protective equipment to be worn and children must be supervised by an adult at all times.

  • 2 wheels.
  • Anti-slip footplate.
  • Easy grip handles.
  • Size H108, W43cm.
  • Weight 20.1kg.
  • Maximum user weight: 100kg.
  • Minimal assembly.
  • Batteries required: 2 x 12V (included).
  • For ages 13 years and over.
  • EAN: 5055308517342.

WARNING(S):

  • Not suitable for children under 3 years old.
  • Only for domestic use.
  • Protective equipment (helmet, knee pads and elbow pads) should be worn, not to be used in traffic.
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What's the crack with the laws for these scooters?. I'm constantly dodging them coming and going around Coventry station area. The laws are not being enforced me thinks.
Illegal
coolhandan19/07/2019 14:27

What's the crack with the laws for these scooters?. I'm constantly dodging …What's the crack with the laws for these scooters?. I'm constantly dodging them coming and going around Coventry station area. The laws are not being enforced me thinks.



Z9Z19/07/2019 14:37

Illegal



Note: vehicle not to be used on uk & ireland public highways (roads/pavements), vehicle must be used on private property with owners consent, appropriate protective equipment to be worn and children must be supervised by an adult at all times
Only good for your driveway or garden or estate

maxmix
Ahhhh....errmmmmm....yeah rite......
Few facebook groups for these too as cheap bases for further modification/upgrades if thats your thing
I see someone died on one of these last week.
Old tech now because they use lead acid batteries and not lipo. Had 2 of these for my kids 3 years ago. Had to replace batteries after 6 months as range just disappeared. Very heavy as well. Much better spending the extra for a Xiaomi M365
Alansmithee19/07/2019 15:48

I see someone died on one of these last week.


Cyclists die everyday but I don't see them dying
Arsenal01201919/07/2019 17:19

Cyclists die everyday but I don't see them dying


I wonder how your life insurance comes off - I guess they can decide not to pay out because of your illegality - and of course if you are injury someone they can come after you forever.
Alansmithee19/07/2019 17:46

I wonder how your life insurance comes off - I guess they can decide not …I wonder how your life insurance comes off - I guess they can decide not to pay out because of your illegality - and of course if you are injury someone they can come after you forever.


Go to another country then
coolhandan19/07/2019 14:27

What's the crack with the laws for these scooters?. I'm constantly dodging …What's the crack with the laws for these scooters?. I'm constantly dodging them coming and going around Coventry station area. The laws are not being enforced me thinks.


Illegal but not enforced.
I would say mothers with double buggies and mobility scooters are more of a threat to me
No jokes about getting squashed by a lorry then?
Alansmithee19/07/2019 15:48

I see someone died on one of these last week.


People die in car, motorcycle and even bicycle crash, none of those have been banned yet. Even aeroplane crashes too.
philhib196419/07/2019 19:40

Illegal but not enforced.


It was enforced big time in London yesterday. The police were issuing £300 fines. As I walked across London Bridge they were picking them off like swatting flies.
Hardly saw a single scooter this morning.
Edited by: "SuffolkLad222" 23rd Jul
SuffolkLad22223/07/2019 09:50

It was enforced big time in London yesterday. The police were issuing £300 …It was enforced big time in London yesterday. The police were issuing £300 fines. As I walked across London Bridge they were picking them off like swatting flies.Hardly saw a single scooter this morning.


So they should ! Maybe get some sense into people people's thick skulls that they are death traps....

You hit me with one i'd have you in Court, if you were insured and they were legal well it's a different story !

People get enough hassle with Cyclists let alone this Thank **** we have none in our town.....

maxmix
maxmix23/07/2019 10:24

So they should ! Maybe get some sense into people people's thick skulls …So they should ! Maybe get some sense into people people's thick skulls that they are death traps....You hit me with one i'd have you in Court, if you were insured and they were legal well it's a different story !People get enough hassle with Cyclists let alone this Thank **** we have none in our town.....maxmix


I think they're currently less of a problem than bikes. The people riding them generally seem to respect other road users (unlike most of the cyclists I see). Perhaps that's because they are illegal, therefore they are being careful to not create upset.
SuffolkLad22223/07/2019 13:33

I think they're currently less of a problem than bikes. The people riding …I think they're currently less of a problem than bikes. The people riding them generally seem to respect other road users (unlike most of the cyclists I see). Perhaps that's because they are illegal, therefore they are being careful to not create upset.


Pity that ! Maybe they should make cycling illegal then, sort out some of these careless ****s that plague our roads

maxmix
SuffolkLad22223/07/2019 09:50

It was enforced big time in London yesterday. The police were issuing £300 …It was enforced big time in London yesterday. The police were issuing £300 fines. As I walked across London Bridge they were picking them off like swatting flies.Hardly saw a single scooter this morning.


Probably due to recent press coverage, as always with these type of issues it's reactive policing due to recent deaths and injuries.
Alansmithee19/07/2019 17:46

I wonder how your life insurance comes off - I guess they can decide not …I wonder how your life insurance comes off - I guess they can decide not to pay out because of your illegality - and of course if you are injury someone they can come after you forever.


How on earth can you injure someone on a scooter? They go the same speed as a jogger and weigh less than a dog.
james.williamsaQ604/08/2019 23:32

How on earth can you injure someone on a scooter? They go the same speed …How on earth can you injure someone on a scooter? They go the same speed as a jogger and weigh less than a dog.


oh it would be fairly easy with a frail person - the problem would be that normally in an accident liability is shared but given you on the scooter have total liability for engaging in criminal activity, you'd be out of luck.
Must be illegal to have flourescent colors as they all or mostly all black!
grandoldchap20/07/2019 10:28

People die in car, motorcycle and even bicycle crash, none of those have …People die in car, motorcycle and even bicycle crash, none of those have been banned yet. Even aeroplane crashes too.


They haven't been banned just the law hasn't been changed since the 1800s to allow them.
Hammondhammond19/08/2019 15:11

They haven't been banned just the law hasn't been changed since the 1800s …They haven't been banned just the law hasn't been changed since the 1800s to allow them.


So that makes them illegal when there are not on private property !

Not sure what people don't understand about this !

If they have pedals sticking out of the side that makes them legal.... Funny old game lol

maxmix
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