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Xiaomi Mi Electric Scooter - Black at Halfords for £359.10 (using code)
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Xiaomi Mi Electric Scooter - Black at Halfords for £359.10 (using code)

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Refreshed 18th Feb (Posted 13th Feb)
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Don't forget 6% Quidco (can be used with the promotion code). Potentially making this £337.55.
Or 3% TopCashback (but you may not get the cashback if you use the promotion code).
Xiaomi Mi Electric Scooter - Black The award-winning Xiaomi Mi Electric Scooter - Black is the world's most popular electric scooter. With minimal yet modern aesthetics, this scooter has won numerous awards for its design. Featuring a double braking system, air-filled rubber tyres, and a durable, lightweight aluminium frame, this electric scooter can accelerate up to 15.5mph for as far as 18.6 miles on a single charge. Built to last, the Xiaomi Mi Electric Scooter - Black is one of the most durable scooters on the market.
  • Smartphone enabled
  • Ultra bright headlights with 6 meter range
  • 18.6 mile range
  • 5 hour charge time
  • Folding
Xiaomi Mi Electric Scooter - Black Extra Info
  • Price match guarantee
  • Lifetime safety checks
  • Scootercare bundles

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3 comments in and nothing about the highway code?! The pavement police must be taking a day off.
Never had Po Po hassle me on it until last week when I was on a quietish road in Essex and a police van driving in the opposite direction gestured to me to get on the pavement...or off it, it wasnt clear. I stopped and gave it 20 seconds and carried on.
I work in the city. The other week, the police were meeting and greeting peeps in the One New Change shopping centre, between Bank and St Paul's. I asked one officer what's his stance on e-scooters, he said as long as you don't act stupid on it, you be fine and won't get pulled up..

I saw a police car go past a few users in the area in the last few months, and they never stopped or pull mi scooter users over. I have seen loads of users on cheapside along the cycle lane etc, and no one is getting pulled up.

City of London Police are forward thinking.
Edited by: "MrCharlie" 13th Feb
I really want one, could commute to work on it in fair weather. Cheaper, better for the planet etc etc. But I am already nervous looking like a child and the discount code is kid10
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3 comments in and nothing about the highway code?! The pavement police must be taking a day off.
Never had Po Po hassle me on it until last week when I was on a quietish road in Essex and a police van driving in the opposite direction gestured to me to get on the pavement...or off it, it wasnt clear. I stopped and gave it 20 seconds and carried on.
sonicfury13/02/2019 15:16

3 comments in and nothing about the highway code?! The pavement police …3 comments in and nothing about the highway code?! The pavement police must be taking a day off.


I asked police on Facebook and they told me we are not allowed and if it's going to be used on road You need tax and insurance
Misslovely11 m ago

I asked police on Facebook and they told me we are not allowed and if it's …I asked police on Facebook and they told me we are not allowed and if it's going to be used on road You need tax and insurance


😴
It is a Motorised vehicle so should be Taxed and Insured
sonicfury1 h, 14 m ago

3 comments in and nothing about the highway code?! The pavement police …3 comments in and nothing about the highway code?! The pavement police must be taking a day off.


Either that or someone's gone and knocked them over..
I work in the city. The other week, the police were meeting and greeting peeps in the One New Change shopping centre, between Bank and St Paul's. I asked one officer what's his stance on e-scooters, he said as long as you don't act stupid on it, you be fine and won't get pulled up..

I saw a police car go past a few users in the area in the last few months, and they never stopped or pull mi scooter users over. I have seen loads of users on cheapside along the cycle lane etc, and no one is getting pulled up.

City of London Police are forward thinking.
Edited by: "MrCharlie" 13th Feb
peejaylew13/02/2019 16:01

It is a Motorised vehicle so should be Taxed and Insured


Maybe insurance but even ev don't pay road tax?
I use one of these and they are great fun and go really fast and silently.
I adjusted the brakes so that it would stop better due to pedestrians not hearing me zooming up,I swear some people are really jumpy about these things flying around lol
I saw a huge bloke riding one today and I thought your not going to get slimmer on that you glutinous fool. Hehehe. Best purchased by slim people
peejaylew13/02/2019 16:01

It is a Motorised vehicle so should be Taxed and Insured



I don't tax and insure my electric bike and that's a motorised vehicle.
ciarandanielbyrne113/02/2019 17:55

I saw a huge bloke riding one today and I thought your not going to get …I saw a huge bloke riding one today and I thought your not going to get slimmer on that you glutinous fool. Hehehe. Best purchased by slim people


and I wonder what he thought as he whizzed past you? 'look at that human snail'
bigblackdog52 m ago

and I wonder what he thought as he whizzed past you? 'look at that human …and I wonder what he thought as he whizzed past you? 'look at that human snail'


Lol probably
jackyrwang13/02/2019 17:03

Maybe insurance but even ev don't pay road tax?


They still need it though, just happens to cost £0.00
Wonder if it's one of these - could be entertaining!.... zdnet.com/art…ng/
ciarandanielbyrne12 h, 28 m ago

I saw a huge bloke riding one today and I thought your not going to get …I saw a huge bloke riding one today and I thought your not going to get slimmer on that you glutinous fool. Hehehe. Best purchased by slim people


poor Eddie Hall
I really want one, could commute to work on it in fair weather. Cheaper, better for the planet etc etc. But I am already nervous looking like a child and the discount code is kid10
MrCharlie13/02/2019 16:56

I work in the city. The other week, the police were meeting and greeting …I work in the city. The other week, the police were meeting and greeting peeps in the One New Change shopping centre, between Bank and St Paul's. I asked one officer what's his stance on e-scooters, he said as long as you don't act stupid on it, you be fine and won't get pulled up..I saw a police car go past a few users in the area in the last few months, and they never stopped or pull mi scooter users over. I have seen loads of users on cheapside along the cycle lane etc, and no one is getting pulled up.City of London Police are forward thinking.


Until the idiots who think that red lights don't apply to them knock someone over as they plough through pedestrians crossing on a green man, then the law will take more notice. Twice this week in the city at Bank I've seen it happen. And they weren't doing 12mph, more like 20+, and and let's not mention the amount of room they take up the train and I'm all for them... once they become legal.
noxx7 m ago

Until the idiots who think that red lights don't apply to them knock …Until the idiots who think that red lights don't apply to them knock someone over as they plough through pedestrians crossing on a green man, then the law will take more notice. Twice this week in the city at Bank I've seen it happen. And they weren't doing 12mph, more like 20+, and and let's not mention the amount of room they take up the train and I'm all for them... once they become legal.


I think it’s legal to ride them on a train.
noxx13/02/2019 21:08

Until the idiots who think that red lights don't apply to them knock …Until the idiots who think that red lights don't apply to them knock someone over as they plough through pedestrians crossing on a green man, then the law will take more notice. Twice this week in the city at Bank I've seen it happen. And they weren't doing 12mph, more like 20+, and and let's not mention the amount of room they take up the train and I'm all for them... once they become legal.


There's a lot of cyclists where I live, and 75% of them cycle through red lights. I've pulled over a few of them, and they've always been surprised when I've explained the highway code applies to all road users including them!
I love mine! Being 16 stone and early 50s, it still pushes me along really well, as said tho if used sensibly I’m sure you’ll have no problem using one
Misslovely5 h, 56 m ago

I asked police on Facebook and they told me we are not allowed and if it's …I asked police on Facebook and they told me we are not allowed and if it's going to be used on road You need tax and insurance


Its electric tax would be 0
Misslovely7 h, 11 m ago

I asked police on Facebook and they told me we are not allowed and if it's …I asked police on Facebook and they told me we are not allowed and if it's going to be used on road You need tax and insurance


Because that's technically the law. They will turn a blind eye 99% of the time.
ciarandanielbyrne15 h, 17 m ago

I saw a huge bloke riding one today and I thought your not going to get …I saw a huge bloke riding one today and I thought your not going to get slimmer on that you glutinous fool. Hehehe. Best purchased by slim people


You're a horrible person, a scooter won't help you.
Ordered as been looking at it for a few months. Hope I don't regret it.

MrCharlie8 h, 9 m ago

I work in the city. The other week, the police were meeting and greeting …I work in the city. The other week, the police were meeting and greeting peeps in the One New Change shopping centre, between Bank and St Paul's. I asked one officer what's his stance on e-scooters, he said as long as you don't act stupid on it, you be fine and won't get pulled up..I saw a police car go past a few users in the area in the last few months, and they never stopped or pull mi scooter users over. I have seen loads of users on cheapside along the cycle lane etc, and no one is getting pulled up.City of London Police are forward thinking.


I'm leaving and riding in London...ive talked to police officers and some of them said to me that they think of buying one. They have other more important problems in London then trying to stop people to commute to work. As previous comment said, as long you are using it responsible you will be ok.
wellfed10 h, 6 m ago

Wonder if it's one of these - could be entertaining!.... …Wonder if it's one of these - could be entertaining!.... https://www.zdnet.com/article/xiaomi-electric-scooters-vulnerable-to-remote-hijacking/


Beat me to it.
Deviant.9 h, 8 m ago

There's a lot of cyclists where I live, and 75% of them cycle through red …There's a lot of cyclists where I live, and 75% of them cycle through red lights. I've pulled over a few of them, and they've always been surprised when I've explained the highway code applies to all road users including them!


The old "really?? I didn't know" before they ride through another red light 10 minutes later
Don’t be a victim ina Babylon system
Waiting for the Xiaomi driverless cars then I'll get it
noxx10 h, 15 m ago

Until the idiots who think that red lights don't apply to them knock …Until the idiots who think that red lights don't apply to them knock someone over as they plough through pedestrians crossing on a green man, then the law will take more notice. Twice this week in the city at Bank I've seen it happen. And they weren't doing 12mph, more like 20+, and and let's not mention the amount of room they take up the train and I'm all for them... once they become legal.


So my cyclist are guilty of this in london also
billybruiser10 h, 24 m ago

I love mine! Being 16 stone and early 50s, it still pushes me along really …I love mine! Being 16 stone and early 50s, it still pushes me along really well, as said tho if used sensibly I’m sure you’ll have no problem using one


Watch out human snail!
HooRah11 h, 29 m ago

I really want one, could commute to work on it in fair weather. Cheaper, …I really want one, could commute to work on it in fair weather. Cheaper, better for the planet etc etc. But I am already nervous looking like a child and the discount code is kid10


Misslovely16 h, 24 m ago

I asked police on Facebook and they told me we are not allowed and if it's …I asked police on Facebook and they told me we are not allowed and if it's going to be used on road You need tax and insurance


Just like I need insurance and tax to cycle on the road? Or walk on the road?
Deviant.13/02/2019 18:16

I don't tax and insure my electric bike and that's a motorised vehicle.


Then you're a villain
Deviant.13/02/2019 18:16

I don't tax and insure my electric bike and that's a motorised vehicle.


It's assisted. Or should be. To be legal on the roads it can only provide power whilst you pedal and only up to 14/15mph. Therefore still a bicycle.
I do know of people who have throttles and speeds up to 40mph unassisted. But those bikes are supposed to be for off road use only and would definitely attract attention from the police if noticed.
Got one for myself and wife.Used it since august last year,brilliant thing to get to work and back
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