Great scooter but if anything goes wrong with it they'll ask you to ship it to Hong Kong which costs ~£300. I learned this from experience, don't expect any kind of warranty even if shipped from EU.
The clapping isn't just for the NHS you know.
I work for the NHS. I don't applaude for myself. I am not a scooter rider (yet?). I am a cyclist and a driver. :)
Shouldn't be illegal, but *just like a push bike* you should need insurance to ride them on public property and there should be restrictions where appropriate.
Which is why I said your arguing skills are lacking. It was meant as constructive criticism, stick to your points, dont make stuff up and don’t get distracted talking about guns and drug dealers as it undermines your position. It comes across more as a rant rather than a valid objection.