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The minimal yet modern design of Mi Electric Scooter has been awarded the prestigious Red Dot "Best of the Best" Award, as well as the iF Design Award 2017. Mi Electric Scooter has a forward-thinking design that inspires and moves, just as it moves you ahead.


I think its the best deal at the moment - bought the other day and its on its way. Note its the euopean plug.
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anthony6921/02/2020 17:36

I saw someone getting a ticket for riding one of these the other day wish …I saw someone getting a ticket for riding one of these the other day wish i had taken a picture for this thread.


Course you did
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Bravura21/02/2020 14:08

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Yep same as always!

“You can’t drive these legally!”

“”Well I’ve driven one every day for 2 years and never been stopped”

Blah blah blah.....

On a serious note, double check your serial number if you get one.... there was a product recall on some of them....


mi.com/glo…ram
Shame these are illegal
Cyberry21/02/2020 14:22

Yep same as always!“You can’t drive these legally!”“”Well I’ve driven one e …Yep same as always!“You can’t drive these legally!”“”Well I’ve driven one every day for 2 years and never been stopped”Blah blah blah.....On a serious note, double check your serial number if you get one.... there was a product recall on some of them....https://www.mi.com/global/support/mi-electric-scooter-recall-program


Good point - i will check mine when it arrives
I saw someone getting a ticket for riding one of these the other day wish i had taken a picture for this thread.
Edited by: "anthony69" 21st Feb
anthony6921/02/2020 17:36

I saw someone getting a ticket for riding one of these the other day wish …I saw someone getting a ticket for riding one of these the other day wish i had taken a picture for this thread.


Course you did
Just spent 3 days in London for half term with the kids, amazed how many of these I seen zooming around.
wakkaday21/02/2020 14:23

Shame these are illegal


Not illegal to own/ride, just not in a public road/pavements (yet). There may be an overhaul to traffic laws that will allow these PLEVs
anthony6921/02/2020 17:36

I saw someone getting a ticket for riding one of these the other day wish …I saw someone getting a ticket for riding one of these the other day wish i had taken a picture for this thread.


And then you woke up
evolad973821/02/2020 19:58

Course you did


In the Strand near Trafalgar sq, theres an arch area where the police often pull over and check lorries etc, it was there. I guess this guy was just unlucky and got told to stop.
wakkaday21/02/2020 14:23

Shame these are illegal


Just like riding a bike on public footpaths are, yet everyone continues to do it
The UK government is supposed to be seeking alternative modes of transport that are greener, cleaner, and cheaper so with the global increase in popularity of electric scooters, they may feel the need to keep pace with other countries. Safety will always be the biggest issue but they will be reviewing the use of electric scooters this year so it's possible they could relax the laws, perhaps with caveats like speed inhibitors and helmets being required.
jammiejam2k6922/02/2020 15:22

Just like riding a bike on public footpaths are, yet everyone continues to …Just like riding a bike on public footpaths are, yet everyone continues to do it


Except the law on these states that they are motor vehicles so if stopped they get seized, you get fined and you get points on your driving licence or future driving licence.
mixtlupus22/02/2020 15:57

Except the law on these states that they are motor vehicles so if stopped …Except the law on these states that they are motor vehicles so if stopped they get seized, you get fined and you get points on your driving licence or future driving licence.


"Motorised" vehicles
Cyberry21/02/2020 14:22

Yep same as always!“You can’t drive these legally!”“”Well I’ve driven one e …Yep same as always!“You can’t drive these legally!”“”Well I’ve driven one every day for 2 years and never been stopped”Blah blah blah.....On a serious note, double check your serial number if you get one.... there was a product recall on some of them....https://www.mi.com/global/support/mi-electric-scooter-recall-program


Yh yh
I can’t believe how slow the government are with this. This is an excellent mode of transport and would help so much with traffic and pollution. Just hurry up and legalise it. Even restricting speed will do.
Compact as well so can easily be taken on tube and stored under desks.

Obviously safety is important but anyone can get on a bike and ride it at any speedon a road. What’s the difference here?
Robbo1122/02/2020 15:51

The UK government is supposed to be seeking alternative modes of transport …The UK government is supposed to be seeking alternative modes of transport that are greener, cleaner, and cheaper so with the global increase in popularity of electric scooters, they may feel the need to keep pace with other countries. Safety will always be the biggest issue but they will be reviewing the use of electric scooters this year so it's possible they could relax the laws, perhaps with caveats like speed inhibitors and helmets being required.

I was on the Strand the other day. 2 coppers pulling bikes over for running red lights. A few of them totally ignored them and just drove straight past. Was expecting a car to be waiting further up the road. Nope. Just waited for an easier target. Older lady got stopped 30 seconds later.


mixtlupus22/02/2020 15:57

Except the law on these states that they are motor vehicles so if stopped …Except the law on these states that they are motor vehicles so if stopped they get seized, you get fined and you get points on your driving licence or future driving licence.

Alvie22/02/2020 14:25

Not illegal to own/ride, just not in a public road/pavements (yet). There …Not illegal to own/ride, just not in a public road/pavements (yet). There may be an overhaul to traffic laws that will allow these PLEVs


So you're going to ride this in your home then? F's sake.
mixtlupus22/02/2020 15:57

Except the law on these states that they are motor vehicles so if stopped …Except the law on these states that they are motor vehicles so if stopped they get seized, you get fined and you get points on your driving licence or future driving licence.


Find me 1 case where this has happened
201522/02/2020 16:51

I can’t believe how slow the government are with this. This is an e …I can’t believe how slow the government are with this. This is an excellent mode of transport and would help so much with traffic and pollution. Just hurry up and legalise it. Even restricting speed will do.Compact as well so can easily be taken on tube and stored under desks. Obviously safety is important but anyone can get on a bike and ride it at any speedon a road. What’s the difference here?


Unfortunately only c 20% of escooter journeys replace car journeys. The other c 80% replace walking, cycling or public transport. Hence overall they are more polluting.........
Years off in the UK to be legalized, if ever.

The authorities are watching the likes of ft.com/con…5f5
dothedealnow22/02/2020 18:03

Years off in the UK to be legalized, if ever.The authorities are watching …Years off in the UK to be legalized, if ever.The authorities are watching the likes of https://www.ft.com/content/7adc822e-4ce2-11ea-95a0-43d18ec715f5


And

en.mercopress.com/202…eet
Can this model be hacked to make it that little bit faster?
peteasewell22/02/2020 16:44

"Motorised" vehicles


Yes, any vehicle that can go over 15.5mph OR can be propelled by a motor without the use of pedals is considered a motor vehicle (even if it's an electric motor).
dothedealnow22/02/2020 17:54

https://www.standard.co.uk/news/london/police-share-images-of-seized-illegal-electric-scooters-a4153271.html



Ok, that's a high powered scooter the police have taken away, which should certainly not be on the road, although they also took a photo of the M365 but there is no mention of them seizing it.
Delbert.Grady22/02/2020 17:57

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2018/nov/14/boy-gets-six-points-on-future-driving-licence-for-scooter-speeding



Another high powered scooter, this time being ridden by a child. Headlines look great don't they?

dothedealnow22/02/2020 18:03

Years off in the UK to be legalized, if ever.The authorities are watching …Years off in the UK to be legalized, if ever.The authorities are watching the likes of https://www.ft.com/content/7adc822e-4ce2-11ea-95a0-43d18ec715f5



This relates to start-ups and they do have real problems with these companies. Personal ownership is the way forward, people tend to take care of what they own as opposed to rented scooters that just get abandoned.
Edited by: "fatlotofuse" 22nd Feb
i really want one. Care less about the law, more about looking like a plonker!
Absolutely bonkers to allow these to be ridden on pavements and footpaths, which need to provide a safe space for pedestrians especially with kids and older folk. If they're actually useful for serious transportation, ie not just playing and/or showing off, cycle lanes are possibly adaptable but the speed regulation would have to be no faster than fast bikes.
Edited by: "DonDraper" 22nd Feb
Alvie22/02/2020 14:25

Not illegal to own/ride, just not in a public road/pavements (yet). There …Not illegal to own/ride, just not in a public road/pavements (yet). There may be an overhaul to traffic laws that will allow these PLEVs


Well, we've got to do something about the population explosion!
Besford22/02/2020 22:57

Well, we've got to do something about the population explosion!


Indeed, as someone who owns one of these scooters (as well as a car that rarely gets used), it's infinitely more convenient as I don't have to worry about parking, petrol, etc. They take almost no space up on the road so even when there is traffic, it's pretty easy to get ahead and you can always dismount and walk with it.

I have gotten some dirty looks from policemen in their cars but the policemen on cycles seem to not really care. Or maybe I just got lucky
Edited by: "Alvie" 23rd Feb
E-scooters soon to be legal. Shame as this was my weekly cinema fix.
Personally have one and it’s the best thing since slice bread.

google.co.uk/amp…889
fatlotofuse22/02/2020 21:47

Ok, that's a high powered scooter the police have taken away, which should …Ok, that's a high powered scooter the police have taken away, which should certainly not be on the road, although they also took a photo of the M365 but there is no mention of them seizing it. Another high powered scooter, this time being ridden by a child. Headlines look great don't they?This relates to start-ups and they do have real problems with these companies. Personal ownership is the way forward, people tend to take care of what they own as opposed to rented scooters that just get abandoned.


Personal ownership of any form of transport is obviously never the way forward. It's 2020 not 1950!

Escooters are highly unlikely to be made legal in the UK in thier current form. Simple.
fatlotofuse22/02/2020 21:47

Ok, that's a high powered scooter the police have taken away, which should …Ok, that's a high powered scooter the police have taken away, which should certainly not be on the road, although they also took a photo of the M365 but there is no mention of them seizing it. Another high powered scooter, this time being ridden by a child. Headlines look great don't they?This relates to start-ups and they do have real problems with these companies. Personal ownership is the way forward, people tend to take care of what they own as opposed to rented scooters that just get abandoned.


Another 10.....

telegraph.co.uk/new…et/
dothedealnow23/02/2020 10:29

Another …Another 10.....https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2019/07/26/e-scooters-crackdown-met-police-launches-first-operation-target/


Article was 2019

E-scooters soon to be legalised in 2020. Consultation is happening as we speak. Trials across major cities.
It is the future.

thetimes.co.uk/art…m6b
Jimb02623/02/2020 12:13

Article was 2019E-scooters soon to be legalised in 2020. Consultation is …Article was 2019E-scooters soon to be legalised in 2020. Consultation is happening as we speak. Trials across major cities.It is the future.https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/e-scooters-to-get-green-light-on-uk-s-roads-cz2vxhm6b


Na.

fleetnews.co.uk/new…ety
Jimb02623/02/2020 00:32

E-scooters soon to be legal. Shame as this was my weekly cinema …E-scooters soon to be legal. Shame as this was my weekly cinema fix.Personally have one and it’s the best thing since slice bread.https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/news.sky.com/story/amp/electric-scooters-set-to-be-legalised-on-uk-roads-and-cycle-lanes-11919889


just shows you have no idea about bread! Go back and stuff yourself with some more of warby!
bnwubnfguisr23/02/2020 15:28

just shows you have no idea about bread! Go back and stuff yourself with …just shows you have no idea about bread! Go back and stuff yourself with some more of warby!


I’m a Hovis man myself
With a generous helping of Bonne Maman. Can’t beat it
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