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Xiaomi Mi Mijia M365 Electric Scooter £262.71 Delivered using code (EU Shipping) @ DHgate / Xiaomiyoupin

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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
310 Comments
soldierboy00110/11/2019 20:23

Perhaps you would like to explain your post so we can all understand what …Perhaps you would like to explain your post so we can all understand what you are implying.


Perhaps English isn't your first language, apologies.
I see some of you have mentioned how to up the speed to around 20 how do you do that any links as I’m still holding out for a deal on the Pro model.

thanks
polly6911/11/2019 05:43

I see some of you have mentioned how to up the speed to around 20 how do …I see some of you have mentioned how to up the speed to around 20 how do you do that any links as I’m still holding out for a deal on the Pro model.thanks


it's going for £340 (with this coupon) from the same seller which is the cheapest it's ever been if you're interested.
Edited by: "plath" 11th Nov
polly6911/11/2019 05:43

I see some of you have mentioned how to up the speed to around 20 how do …I see some of you have mentioned how to up the speed to around 20 how do you do that any links as I’m still holding out for a deal on the Pro model.thanks


Really easy to do.

If you go to reddit or YouTube there are tonnes of guides. You've gotta download the m365 downg app and then download custom firmware. Connect to the scooter then flash the firmware and you're away. All on a mobile phone and takes 5 minutes once you've read the guides
polly6911/11/2019 05:43

I see some of you have mentioned how to up the speed to around 20 how do …I see some of you have mentioned how to up the speed to around 20 how do you do that any links as I’m still holding out for a deal on the Pro model.thanks


This is the firmware site. The DYoC is a good one to start with before you wanna do your own.

m365.botox.bz/?ve…_D8
modaj108/11/2019 18:56

Riding an electric scooter on the road is forbidden in the UK at present. …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. 😳


Not saying people should or shouldn't, but I live and work in London and see numerous commuters using this every day. No one gives a monkey about them. They ride past police, and the police don't care.
techno7911/11/2019 11:59

Not saying people should or shouldn't, but I live and work in London and …Not saying people should or shouldn't, but I live and work in London and see numerous commuters using this every day. No one gives a monkey about them. They ride past police, and the police don't care.


For the present, it seems the police are not enforcing the law. However, in July this year they they had a "crackdown" in London: where almost 100 people were caught illegally riding electric scooters. The Metropolitan Police said most offenders were given a warning but 10 were fined and had their scooters seized.

That last bit is the giveaway. The police said they were only fining those who rode too fast or ignored red lights, but they cannot seize a vehicle for speeding or running a light. They can seize a motor vehicle if it is being driven or ridden without insurance, so that is the offence they were using. The point is, all of these escooters are being ridden without insurance, and they are required to have insurance just like any other motor vehicle (apart from electric bicycles, electric wheelchairs, and mobility scooters, which have their own regulations). At the same time, you cannot get motoring insurance for them because you can't register or tax them for use on the road. That means that any policeman can have you at any time, for a quite serious offence, with a fixed penalty of a £300 fine and six points on your licence (or future licence if you haven't got one) as well as taking the escooter from you, and you cannot refute the charge. Arguing about your speed or that the light was on yellow is immaterial to the charge of driving without insurance.

So all the scofflaws getting away with riding these things around London are risking getting hammered at the will of the police. Will they have another crackdown anytime soon? Or just change their minds and start enforcing the law because the public start to complain about the riders being a hazard? That will be up to them. You need to be aware of the risk you are taking.
Edited by: "Backslider" 11th Nov
fredh11/11/2019 00:02

Perhaps English isn't your first language, apologies.


It is my only language and another poster could not understand you either.
Backslider11/11/2019 12:33

For the present, it seems the police are not enforcing the law. However, …For the present, it seems the police are not enforcing the law. However, in July this year they they had a "crackdown" in London: where almost 100 people were caught illegally riding electric scooters. The Metropolitan Police said most offenders were given a warning but 10 were fined and had their scooters seized.That last bit is the giveaway. The police said they were only fining those who rode too fast or ignored red lights, but they cannot seize a vehicle for speeding or running a light. They can seize a motor vehicle if it is being driven or ridden without insurance, so that is the offence they were using. The point is, all of these escooters are being ridden without insurance, and they are required to have insurance just like any other motor vehicle (apart from electric bicycles, electric wheelchairs, and mobility scooters, which have their own regulations). At the same time, you cannot get motoring insurance for them because you can't register or tax them for use on the road. That means that any policeman can have you at any time, for a quite serious offence, with a fixed penalty of a £300 fine and six points on your licence (or future licence if you haven't got one) as well as taking the escooter from you, and you cannot refute the charge. Arguing about your speed or that the light was on yellow is immaterial to the charge of driving without insurance.So all the scofflaws getting away with riding these things around London are risking getting hammered at the will of the police. Will they have another crackdown anytime soon? Or just change their minds and start enforcing the law because the public start to complain about the riders being a hazard? That will be up to them. You need to be aware of the risk you are taking.


What about battery powered electric mountain or road bikes? Are these illegal to ride on the road? No insurance or road tax needed.
bisoner11/11/2019 20:03

What about battery powered electric mountain or road bikes? Are these …What about battery powered electric mountain or road bikes? Are these illegal to ride on the road? No insurance or road tax needed.


Seperate regulations for bikes. I've bought a scooter but Backslider is quite correct in stating their legal status.
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"!


Thanks for the comment I just hope the government will legalise them ASAP like in the other countries
The next step for HUKD is to de-dupe these comments and reduce all the droning on about legalities to one post.

Perhaps there ought to be a disclaimer automatically placed in the description to save the posters taking time away from the comments section of their local online newspapers to ‘educate’ everyone on here with every other post.

Let’s try and stick to debating the value of the deal and not boring everyone else to death with copy and paste of the same trope eh?

Heat given
jonobigblind11/11/2019 22:52

The next step for HUKD is to de-dupe these comments and reduce all the …The next step for HUKD is to de-dupe these comments and reduce all the droning on about legalities to one post. Perhaps there ought to be a disclaimer automatically placed in the description to save the posters taking time away from the comments section of their local online newspapers to ‘educate’ everyone on here with every other post. Let’s try and stick to debating the value of the deal and not boring everyone else to death with copy and paste of the same trope eh?Heat given


There is no value if they are illegal.
soldierboy00112/11/2019 19:12

There is no value if they are illegal.


Strange comment. There's clearly a value if Halfords et al sell 'em and Joe and Jenny Bloggs buy them.
If they were giving them away for free you'd have a point.
trogggy13/11/2019 00:25

Strange comment. There's clearly a value if Halfords et al sell 'em and …Strange comment. There's clearly a value if Halfords et al sell 'em and Joe and Jenny Bloggs buy them.If they were giving them away for free you'd have a point.


There is definitely no value if you buy something you can not legally use, period.
soldierboy00113/11/2019 18:22

There is definitely no value if you buy something you can not legally use, …There is definitely no value if you buy something you can not legally use, period.


🙈 🙈
Code dhgate3030 doesn't seem to be working anymore?
DeanAndrews13/11/2019 18:29

🙈 🙈


What the f do all them cartoon characters mean ? If you can not express in English do not bother, ignorant fool.
soldierboy00113/11/2019 19:35

What the f do all them cartoon characters mean ? If you can not express in …What the f do all them cartoon characters mean ? If you can not express in English do not bother, ignorant fool.


Clearly your old do one
You mug
soldierboy00113/11/2019 18:22

There is definitely no value if you buy something you can not legally use, …There is definitely no value if you buy something you can not legally use, period.



Saying it doesn't make it true.
That people are buying these things means you're wrong.

Maybe you think it has no value because it has no value to you.
trogggy13/11/2019 20:13

Saying it doesn't make it true.That people are buying these things means …Saying it doesn't make it true.That people are buying these things means you're wrong.Maybe you think it has no value because it has no value to you.


It has no value if it gets seized by the police.
soldierboy00114/11/2019 18:55

It has no value if it gets seized by the police.



So you've gone from 'They're all valueless' to 'If the police seize it and don't let you have it back it's valueless.'
Much better.
soldierboy00110/11/2019 20:10

I think you should go and comment on another thread as you don't seem to …I think you should go and comment on another thread as you don't seem to understand the object of being warned of the illegality issue of using these in public places.


If I want legal advice I don’t go to f****ng HUKD!!!! All of your comments on this site are just nonesense trolling. Go and get a hobby.
soldierboy00110/11/2019 20:23

Perhaps you would like to explain your post so we can all understand what …Perhaps you would like to explain your post so we can all understand what you are implying.


Makes perfect sense to me even if you don’t know where Stratford or Algate is. You’re a bloody know-it-all in every other aspect so you’ve clearly used your selective memory to troll yet another meaningful comment
soldierboy00112/11/2019 19:12

There is no value if they are illegal.


Drugs are illegal and they are a multi trillion dollar worldwide industry
soldierboy00114/11/2019 18:55

It has no value if it gets seized by the police.


Can the police seize you for being the worlds most boring human?
brennan24714/11/2019 21:03

Can the police seize you for being the worlds most boring human?


Can you f off you f'ing idiot.
soldierboy00115/11/2019 18:05

Can you f off you f'ing idiot.


What’s matter? Don’t like being trolled back?
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