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The UK’s top selling electric scooter gets even better! Power up your ride with the high performance Razor Power Core E100 Electric Scooter- Pink.



With a longer ride time, get up to 60 minutes of continuous use on a single charge. The high torque Power Core in-hub motor gives the scooter better acceleration and a higher top speed of 11mph. It is 16% lighter than its previous model (Razor E100) and is virtually maintenance free with no chain tension or alignment needed
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uh maybe not the right time to post this lol
I had no idea the law was strict on these but according to the TV this morning I learnt....

"Riding an electric scooter on the road is forbidden in the UK at present. Nor are they allowed on the pavement. The only place they can be ridden is on private land, with the permission of the landowner. Riders currently face a £300 fixed-penalty notice and six points on their driving licence for using e-scooters. "

So maybe not the best gift for the kids
Nope. Not a good idea to post this deal considering recent events involving these stupid things.
martinelsen17/07/2019 11:06

Nope. Not a good idea to post this deal considering recent events …Nope. Not a good idea to post this deal considering recent events involving these stupid things.


What have I missed ?

maxmix
We really don't have safe enough roads or pavements for these to be used, even if they were made legal.
You hit a pot hole on one of these and you'll be off to the dentist at best, at worst in a body bag.
maxmix17/07/2019 11:09

What have I missed ?maxmix



A lady who sadly got killed whilst on a scooter at a roundabout by a lorry. First incident/death in the UK on one. A cyclist died on the same roundabout last year. Also a trial roundabout as has specific lanes for cyclists alongside motor vehicles

Kid of 14 who rode into a bus stop and is injured. Alleged to be a scooter capable of 40mph and if that’s the case quite frankly his parents could have just given him a set of car keys as just an accident waiting to happen. Even mainstream adult scooters are well below 20mph, so who knows what they were thinking

The mentioned deal scooter is bottom end of the electric scooter scale, 11mph (probably less factoring weight and that the claims are manufacturers best case). Obviously can be legally used where permitted (private land) and with this kind of age group…you would think very much under supervision too. It’s a decent price and robustly made. Well worth modifying the throttle to a variable style for better control mind, kits are avble on likes of ebay. Not everyones cup of tea, but then what is
wonkothesane17/07/2019 11:35

https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/tv/news/emily-hartridge-dead-youtube-star-cause-escooter-crash-tributes-davina-mccall-a9004031.html


Sad I wonder how this will go then if approved ! As I said in another thread is everybody insured that use them ?

I'd love one but with the state of our roads I dont think its a good idea for me !

maxmix
If like me you had a go-ped (in the 90's) they had big capable infaltable tyres which made all conditions easier to deal with, small solid rubber tyres just don't cover your "upright" steering by absorbing bumps & potHOLES, nor do we have super smooth California beach strips of pathway, due to our weather we have poor condition roads & paths, small scooters are novelty, & I think are going to be cited as a good deal of the problem when discussed by politicians.

If we all had pneumatic tyres that would probably go a long way to making scooters safer & "legal" ...a semi celebrity dying just adds to the strength of argument against legalising these. ..bet the cyclist didn't get the same sort of coverage.

Incidentally was the scooter a hire / her own? ..there may be legal ramifications there considering it resulted in death (which happens to pedestrians & cyclists all the time but is normal, this is fresh meat for the press.
Sadly those who make the laws are unlikely to ever have ridden an ebike or an e-scooter for any length of time but they will be the ones deciding whats best for us **cough**
"60 minutes of continuous use."

Round and round the garden 'til you get dizzy and fall off?
martinelsen17/07/2019 11:06

Nope. Not a good idea to post this deal considering recent events …Nope. Not a good idea to post this deal considering recent events involving these stupid things.


*Stupid people
Mr_Gus17/07/2019 12:45

If like me you had a go-ped (in the 90's) they had big capable infaltable …If like me you had a go-ped (in the 90's) they had big capable infaltable tyres which made all conditions easier to deal with, small solid rubber tyres just don't cover your "upright" steering by absorbing bumps & potHOLES, nor do we have super smooth California beach strips of pathway, due to our weather we have poor condition roads & paths, small scooters are novelty, & I think are going to be cited as a good deal of the problem when discussed by politicians.If we all had pneumatic tyres that would probably go a long way to making scooters safer & "legal" ...a semi celebrity dying just adds to the strength of argument against legalising these. ..bet the cyclist didn't get the same sort of coverage.Incidentally was the scooter a hire / her own? ..there may be legal ramifications there considering it resulted in death (which happens to pedestrians & cyclists all the time but is normal, this is fresh meat for the press.Sadly those who make the laws are unlikely to ever have ridden an ebike or an e-scooter for any length of time but they will be the ones deciding whats best for us **cough**



Think the lady who died was using a M365 (partner gifted it to her, capable of 15mph), so inflatable tyres all-round/rear disk brake. From what’s been said, it wasn’t her fault or anything...more the roundabout layout and lorry’s limited view. Sure full details will be disclosed at some point. No idea what the kid who crashed had on his, but given the alleged power, it would have been quite expensive so prob tubed too for comfort.The kids razor in deal has just tubed front tyre, solid motor driven rear/conventional front brakes. The hire ones popping up around Europe mostly have tyres flipped from tubed to solid – longevity and min maint being hire I guess

Media has jumped on this hard. Had they have both been cyclists...would not have got the visibility you see now with it.
When you get run over by an 18 wheel 40ft truck PINK is just the colour you want to be riding......
jinsta17/07/2019 13:27

Think the lady who died was using a M365 (partner gifted it to her, …Think the lady who died was using a M365 (partner gifted it to her, capable of 15mph), so inflatable tyres all-round/rear disk brake. From what’s been said, it wasn’t her fault or anything...more the roundabout layout and lorry’s limited view. Sure full details will be disclosed at some point. No idea what the kid who crashed had on his, but given the alleged power, it would have been quite expensive so prob tubed too for comfort.The kids razor in deal has just tubed front tyre, solid motor driven rear/conventional front brakes. The hire ones popping up around Europe mostly have tyres flipped from tubed to solid – longevity and min maint being hire I guess Media has jumped on this hard. Had they have both been cyclists...would not have got the visibility you see now with it.


Thank you for clarifying that! I was at the silverstone fully charged show & they were doing scooters mainly with solid non pneumatic rubber tyres ...the test track was indoor flat as a pan so different to a path / road, I like E-scooters but if they are going to be legalised then alot of pre-existing are going to be cracked down on for being unsuitable for "balance" in the eyes of the law.

If you don't hang back out of the way of trucks then this is going to happen, when riding in London the other month I simply hung back rather than competed with super large high traffic such as coaches & hugged the kerb, if in doubt do that & be ready to hoik it up the kerb having done an emergency dismount.

Cycling in London is safer than 20 years ago (though it still sucks) ...I cannot say that i'd be keen to ride a boosted board or an e-scooter there though.
st8mike17/07/2019 13:56

When you get run over by an 18 wheel 40ft truck PINK is just the colour …When you get run over by an 18 wheel 40ft truck PINK is just the colour you want to be riding......


Not sure the colour of it will matter at that point, but given these are aimed at kids...would make sense to supervise and to make sure its ridden far far away from any 18 wheel scenarios
I saw the police on London Bridge yesterday issuing £300 fines like it was going out of fashion.
SuffolkLad22223/07/2019 09:52

I saw the police on London Bridge yesterday issuing £300 fines like it was …I saw the police on London Bridge yesterday issuing £300 fines like it was going out of fashion.


When and where exactly?
Arsenal01201923/07/2019 09:53

When and where exactly?


There was a bit about it on LBC on Sunday, sounded like it may have just been taking place yesterday, but it did mention that £300 fines would be issued.

lbc.co.uk/rad…ts/

'The Met Police promised a crackdown on the electric scooters, which can reach speeds of up to 30mph depending on model, from Monday with fines of £300 for any rider breaking the law by riding them on a public road.'
Edited by: "Trickster" 23rd Jul
Apparently its £300 and poss of points if on the road with them

£30 if found using on the pavements
jinsta23/07/2019 10:42

Apparently its £300 and poss of points if on the road with them£30 if f …Apparently its £300 and poss of points if on the road with them£30 if found using on the pavements


What cannot people understand about these scooters !

They are illegal to use unless your on private property !

maxmix
maxmix23/07/2019 11:34

What cannot people understand about these scooters ! They are illegal to …What cannot people understand about these scooters ! They are illegal to use unless your on private property !maxmix


Great contribution that
Well you would use the 'Confused' smiley lol

maxmix
maxmix23/07/2019 12:15

Well you would use the 'Confused' smiley lolmaxmix



That one was for the alleged £270 saving if you were caught on the pavement opposed to road. Proper hotukdeal thats
Edited by: "jinsta" 23rd Jul
jinsta23/07/2019 12:18

That one was for the alleged £270 saving if you you were caught on the …That one was for the alleged £270 saving if you you were caught on the pavement opposed to road. Proper hotukdeal thats


Thanks
Will definitely ride on pavements more
On London Bridge southbound, roughly midway across at about 1815 your honour. Photographic evidence exists here m'lud.
SuffolkLad22223/07/2019 13:29

On London Bridge southbound, roughly midway across at about 1815 your …On London Bridge southbound, roughly midway across at about 1815 your honour. Photographic evidence exists here m'lud.


Thanks
Will avoid that bridge for now
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