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Works as simple as it looks

Every aspect of Mi Electric Scooter is crafted with simplicity in mind. The scooter frame, components and accessories use the same geometric design language that puts usability and the user at the front. A single button kicks the scooter to life and the red design accents add modernity. Mi Electric Scooter is made to look right, and feel right.

Minimally designed

Uniform geometric design elements

Made for comfort

Curved pedal board

Folds up

Simple folding levers

Anti-slip handle

Provides a great grip and control over the scooter, even for longer rides.

Controlled acceleration

Give the accelerator a gentle downward push and adjust the amount of pressure until you reach a comfortable speed.

Battery life at a glance

4 LED notification lights on the dashboard indicate remaining battery life.

Power button controls[2]
Single press to switch on. Long press to shut down. When Mi Electric Scooter is on, a short single press will switch headlights on/off. Double press to switch between normal and power saving modes.
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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. 😳
I see these every single day on the cycle route from home to work, at least half a dozen in each direction. Three out of five days there are police officers or PCSOs on the route stopping cyclists busting red lights and riding on the pavement. I have asked on three separate occasions what their views on e-Scooters are and always get the same reply (paraphrased); "Drive like an ass and you're getting stopped, drive respectfully and we won't stop you".

Get one with lights, a brake, speed limited to less than the e-Bike limit and you'll be ready for when they do legalise them. And FFS, "WEAR A HELMET"!
We are one of very few countries that bans these. Yet as someone else said we let 2 tonne vehicles (one of which I drive) pollute our lives. Wth.
Edited by: "FunkiestMonkey" 9th Nov
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NeilGY08/11/2019 20:16

They will only be using on a caravan site, shouldn't be a problem


They will end up being banned from most private places in 12 months, parks, trust sites, estates etc

Just like ecigs are, walkers will not want these buzzing about everywhere, bad enough with cyclists etc

Wait and see

maxmix
maxmix08/11/2019 20:23

They will end up being banned from most private places in 12 months, …They will end up being banned from most private places in 12 months, parks, trust sites, estates etcJust like ecigs are, walkers will not want these buzzing about everywhere, bad enough with cyclists etc Wait and see :)maxmix


I have no issue with this, they should be used in cycle lanes and away from pedestrians, like bikes.
Backslider08/11/2019 19:31

Yes. A fifteen year old boy was fined and 6 points put on his licence, …Yes. A fifteen year old boy was fined and 6 points put on his licence, when he gets one.


That's gonna be a hard one to identify him. Is that a made up story like not being able to put up christmas trees and not beinf able to call christmas for offending a non existent minority?
Edited by: "FunkiestMonkey" 8th Nov
fredh08/11/2019 20:20

Two of those articles are the same article syndicated and, in call cases …Two of those articles are the same article syndicated and, in call cases *all* the seized ones were due to dangerous driving.I have three colleagues that have been riding them up to 5 times a week for nearly a year and none have been stopped, let alone fined.You're scaremongering. Let people have nice things.


What happened to your objection about quoting the Sun? Now you object about the same information being reported by two other newspapers? I have more.

People who buy these things need to be aware of the law. No one is stopping them from "having nice things". They will get away with breaking the law until they don't, at which point the police have the power to issue a ticket for a 300 pound fine and six points on their licence, and seize the vehicle. Then they will have lost their nice thing because they used it counter to the law.

Why don't you want them to be aware of the risk they are taking?
Edited by: "Backslider" 8th Nov
fredh08/11/2019 20:02

I see these every single day on the cycle route from home to work, at …I see these every single day on the cycle route from home to work, at least half a dozen in each direction. Three out of five days there are police officers or PCSOs on the route stopping cyclists busting red lights and riding on the pavement. I have asked on three separate occasions what their views on e-Scooters are and always get the same reply (paraphrased); "Drive like an ass and you're getting stopped, drive respectfully and we won't stop you".Get one with lights, a brake, speed limited to less than the e-Bike limit and you'll be ready for when they do legalise them. And FFS, "WEAR A HELMET"!


Exactly this!

I've had mine a little over a month now and do my 2 mile commute maybe twice a week on it. I stick to the cycle paths which lead all the way to my work in our town. And on that journey I'm lucky to see maybe 2 people on bikes and about 4 people walking. I set the Cruise control to 12km/h and off I go takes about 15 minutes. I didn't use it to goto work until I got a helmet as frankly if you go up to 20km/h on one it's pretty dumb and reckless and if you fell it would hurt.

They are great fun and aside from being called Scooter Boy at work when I bring it in, anyone who then has a go on it are like "Awesome" I see why you got one.
fredh08/11/2019 20:25

I have no issue with this, they should be used in cycle lanes and away …I have no issue with this, they should be used in cycle lanes and away from pedestrians, like bikes.


100% agree, I'd love to see them become legal to use in the UK ! I'd be the 1st to buy one and pay whatever charge and insurance etc

We have none in our town at all, all down to how you go about riding one I suppose....

maxmix
FunkiestMonkey08/11/2019 20:27

Is that a made up story


I have already quoted a newspaper article in which this was reported, but here it is again in the Guardian- LINK

And in the Metro- LINK
Edited by: "Backslider" 8th Nov
Backslider08/11/2019 20:28

What happened to your objection about quoting the Sun? Now you object …What happened to your objection about quoting the Sun? Now you object about the same information being reported by two other newspapers? I have more.People who buy these things need to be aware of the law. No one is stopping them from "having nice things". They will get away with breaking the law until they don't, at which point the police have the power to issue a ticket for a 300 pound fine and six points on their licence, and seize the vehicle. Then they will have lost their nice thing because they used it counter to the law. Why don't you want them to be aware of the risk they are taking?


I was actually making the point that The Sun was quoting someone else.
fredh08/11/2019 20:43

I was actually making the point that The Sun was quoting someone else.


No, you said "Did you seriously just quote The Sun?" when I referred you to an article in that journal in response to your claim that "This simply isn’t true and is scaremongering". It is true, and it is supported by more than one newspaper report. Wriggle all you like, the facts are clear.
Backslider08/11/2019 20:50

No, you said "Did you seriously just quote The Sun?" when I referred you …No, you said "Did you seriously just quote The Sun?" when I referred you to an article in that journal in response to your claim that "This simply isn’t true and is scaremongering". It is true, and it is supported by more than one newspaper report. Wriggle all you like, the facts are clear.




Breathe dude.
are there currency fees?
Been using mine for a week and a half - massive time and petrol saver!!

I'm the only person in my city/on my commute using one and whizzed past the police a couple of times too - didn't take any notice.

Besides, I'm saving 20-30 minutes per day using it. If the police wanna fine and confiscate it then so be it but I reckon it'll have paid for itself and then some in both saved parking/petrol costs and my actual time being used more productively by the time that happens
And this price is amazing!
SOUTHWALES08/11/2019 19:17

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Now might be good time to contacting those that are ask you for a favour, what their views are.

This is reply I had recently, from Transport Department.
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Backslider08/11/2019 20:34

I have already quoted a newspaper article in which this was reported, but …I have already quoted a newspaper article in which this was reported, but here it is again in the Guardian- LINKAnd in the Metro- LINK


I just dont know how they are going to log it against his license when it doesn't exist yet.
The picture is not the xiaomi one. Also on the webpage the first picture is not xiaomi.
Just saying before anyone got confused :/ otherwise perfect price. Heat added!
How do I lock it up?

I'm interested in one of these but probably best I just get a bike since I can't be carrying a scooter into shops and cinema
Edited by: "Norseg" 8th Nov
Does DHgate take PayPal payment?
FunkiestMonkey08/11/2019 22:20

I just dont know how they are going to log it against his license when it …I just dont know how they are going to log it against his license when it doesn't exist yet.



And yet they will.
FunkiestMonkey08/11/2019 22:20

I just dont know how they are going to log it against his license when it …I just dont know how they are going to log it against his license when it doesn't exist yet.


It’s logged against a person record allocated to the individual. If / when they apply for a licence the points can then be added retrospectively. Simple really.
ghow00708/11/2019 19:50

How much was the pro version? And do you think worth the extra cost?


It was just under £350. I've had both the normal and pro version now. Its tricky, if you would ride on mostly flat sections and dont need the extra range offered by the pro version I'd stay save the £90 and stick to the original. If you live in a hilly area and do want more range then the pro is the way to go.
Norseg08/11/2019 22:29

How do I lock it up?I'm interested in one of these but probably best I …How do I lock it up?I'm interested in one of these but probably best I just get a bike since I can't be carrying a scooter into shops and cinema


Buy a big bag and put it inside, there are bags specifically made for these for £10 or £20 I think
tommyboy8108/11/2019 23:38

Buy a big bag and put it inside, there are bags specifically made for …Buy a big bag and put it inside, there are bags specifically made for these for £10 or £20 I think


It really heavy?
Norseg08/11/2019 23:38

It really heavy?


No not really 11kg I think. Although not light its definitely do able to carry it round a shop, I've done it a few times
tommyboy8108/11/2019 23:40

No not really 11kg I think. Although not light its definitely do able to …No not really 11kg I think. Although not light its definitely do able to carry it round a shop, I've done it a few times


I guess I could hang on the trolley bag hook and carry it in cinema

I plan to basically use this to get to the shop quicker so idk if I should get scooter or bike
But I do go to cinema every couple months but that's like 3-4 miles away so a bike will probably be tiring going that far whilst a scooter won't, maybe quicker too

What's the battery life like going fast? I don't
I don't want to get to be destination and be stuck going home
About how many miles per charge?
Edited by: "Norseg" 8th Nov
tommyboy8108/11/2019 23:28

It was just under £350. I've had both the normal and pro version now. Its …It was just under £350. I've had both the normal and pro version now. Its tricky, if you would ride on mostly flat sections and dont need the extra range offered by the pro version I'd stay save the £90 and stick to the original. If you live in a hilly area and do want more range then the pro is the way to go.


Thanks mate that’s good to know and something to consider. May hold out a bit longer in that case for the pro to drop a bit more for the extra range if nothing else. Just under £350 seems decent
Backslider08/11/2019 20:05

It isn't scaremongering. I have posted references many times, and …It isn't scaremongering. I have posted references many times, and apologists such as yourself then complain about the proliferation of my posts. Vehicles driven by uninsured drivers can be seized by the police, and if not reclaimed from them by an qualified driver with insurance for that vehicle within a short period, destroyed. This happens a lot with cars and has happened with escooters. Here is a newspaper article (quote- "If found riding one on roads, pavements or cycle paths, you could be fined £300 or get 6 points on your licence - even if you don't have one. You can also have your vehicle confiscated.") There is a social media post from the police in the article showing a seized escooter on a transport- LINK


Oh dear this is total scaremongering people. This guy has used some newspaper articles to try and support his claim.
Let me put you right as your original claim dived straight in without key facts.
Firstly “vehicles driven by uninsured drivers.....” this e-scooter cannot be insured for the road. It is a mechanically propelled vehicle but doesn’t comply with legislation that would make it legal to ride on the road, and therefore cannot be insured legally as a vehicle under the road traffic act. Don’t believe me? Then call your insurance company and ask or carry out some research under the road traffic act.
Vehicles such as cars that are seized by police due to being driven by uninsured drivers are seized at that time to stop them being driven ‘there and then’ thus continuing to commit an offence! Unless someone else with valid insurance and permission from the owner can take the car instead.
The car, if not claimed (following possible recovery) within a short time is not automatically destroyed. Another lie you have brought forward. Storage costs would build up which often then result in the ‘owner’ disclaiming the vehicle due to that outweighing the value of the vehicle itself and the vehicle then becomes the property of the recovery firm from the disclaimer document. The recovery company can then destroy it, sell it, or do what they want with it. If not disclaimed, the recovery company must apply to a court for a court order to take ownership and control of the vehicle. Again they can then do what they want with it ‘if granted’. It doesn’t just ‘become’ their property to crush.
In these circumstances an e-scooter ‘may’ be seized by police, however this is unlikely, but it doesn’t become their legal property to destroy. This again would be to stop further riding of the vehicle ‘at that time’. You could then recover the e-scooter from the police often the following day, but you would have already committed a riding offence. Without committing any offences it cannot simply be seized. The police would not likely seek a court destruction order unless seen riding dangerously or committing serious offences numerous times.
Notice the wording in your quote “you can also have your vehicle confiscated”. This is totally different to “you will have it confiscated” or “you will have it seized and destroyed”.

Sorry for the long post guys, but this guy is the ultimate at scaremongering having no clue about legality of what he is trying to claim and has originally quoted. Don’t be put off , but just know what you can/can’t do and potential outcomes. For me this is a hot deal and I will eventually be buying one for when I move London way, knowing what responsibilities I have riding it, and where I legally stand. Like many others, here’s hoping the law changes, and these should certainly be allowed in cycle lanes.
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omg a scooter thread, of course backslider would be here to tell us it's illegal like they do on EVERY PLEV thread.
yes illegal.
if you see a cop, scoot with your feet for a bit. it's not illegal to use one if you are powering it with your feet.
if you're not a muppet on it, chances are nothing bad will happen, but it's a risk you take.

can we stop having this conversation on every scooter thread ?

nice price, paid £291 3 months ago. oh and i haven't been busted yet riding it to the train station every day
ghow00708/11/2019 23:16

It’s logged against a person record allocated to the individual. If / when …It’s logged against a person record allocated to the individual. If / when they apply for a licence the points can then be added retrospectively. Simple really.


What record? You dont have a record in the dvla until you apply for a provisional.
Backslider08/11/2019 23:02

And yet they will.


Thanks you are a genius and a scholar a teacher of immense talent.
Still have no regrets even ive bought it when it's £300 something few months back, i can go to the lidl 300 meters away buy fresh bakery and milk every morning thanks to it.
Use it safely and respect the other pavement user is the key,i would not use it on road like bicycle myself
Edited by: "littlewind" 9th Nov
Is there a PRO version of this?
It is a shame, government do not promote these, as I would like to get one, but it is illegal to use on public land. It is light, electric, and quick. Unlike bulky electric bike or fold up bike. Maybe if we reduce to speed to 10-15mph so it will not be a danger. Electric bike do not need a licence. Come on Government, wake up to new technology and people.
tommyboy8108/11/2019 23:40

No not really 11kg I think. Although not light its definitely do able to …No not really 11kg I think. Although not light its definitely do able to carry it round a shop, I've done it a few times


Would it not be better just to ride it through the shop ? At last that way a car or bus wont hit and kill you

maxmix
maxmix09/11/2019 03:47

Would it not be better just to ride it through the shop ? At last that way …Would it not be better just to ride it through the shop ? At last that way a car or bus wont hit and kill you ;)maxmix


To be fair it does come with a bell so I cant see why not
Norseg08/11/2019 23:45

I guess I could hang on the trolley bag hook and carry it in cinema I plan …I guess I could hang on the trolley bag hook and carry it in cinema I plan to basically use this to get to the shop quicker so idk if I should get scooter or bike But I do go to cinema every couple months but that's like 3-4 miles away so a bike will probably be tiring going that far whilst a scooter won't, maybe quicker tooWhat's the battery life like going fast? I don'tI don't want to get to be destination and be stuck going homeAbout how many miles per charge?


Officially I think this scooter will do 30km on one charge! But a real life example for me was riding to a shop up steep roads (steep roads use the battery hard) 4 miles away, I got there and back with still some life in the battery. I weigh 90kg (on the chunkier side of some monkeys), if you weigh less you should expect more range. So I'd say in your case It should get to the cinema and back if need.
Even less walking, less exercise than a bike electric or or not and more obesity
WALLEE truly is the future
ghow00708/11/2019 19:50

How much was the pro version? And do you think worth the extra cost?


I have both version and I will say...spend extra money for pro.Pro is over all better build. If you weight around 70kg or less normal version will be ok. I use normal version when my pro is out of Action due to punctuate. I have solid tires on that one, it’s slower but for commuting to work from time to time is ok. Pro version on normal tires feel like luxury car compering to M365.
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