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Xiaomi Scooter From £329 with Voucher Code @ Halfords
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Xiaomi Scooter From £329 with Voucher Code @ Halfords

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Posted 15th Nov

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Description: £70 off Xiaomi Scooters – 286030, 286045, 843190

Code: 70OFF

Start Date: 15/11

End Date: 18/11
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Cue comments from morons about the legality of these
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Cue comments from morons about the legality of these
brennan24715/11/2019 08:15

Cue comments from morons about the legality of these


Get ready.... its about to get rush hour in here with them comments
Lawyers in 3, 2, 1...
brennan24715/11/2019 08:15

Cue comments from morons about the legality of these


Think they just comment it cos they're well over the weight limit of these things, so if they can't have it nobody can
dolanduck15/11/2019 08:29

Think they just comment it cos they're well over the weight limit of these …Think they just comment it cos they're well over the weight limit of these things, so if they can't have it nobody can


These are illegal
brennan24715/11/2019 08:15

Cue comments from morons about the legality of these


The only morons around here are the ones with these scooters.
chimp14uk15/11/2019 09:17

The only morons around here are the ones with these scooters.


Hahaha and we’re off...
chimp14uk15/11/2019 09:17

The only morons around here are the ones with these scooters.


If it wasn't for these "morons" on scooters then my wife wouldn't have had time to run the flask of tea to me before I got the train. All hail the "morons" for their great skill in dropping a hot flask of tea before my train arrives
Oh gosh, is there something Xiaomi won't do? Next it's caskets lol
I suggest buying the pro model for all the police chases you will be in if they spot you. The extra battery will help you outrun the helicopter.
Not being able to use it on any public pathways, roads etc what's the point of buying one.
agaza15/11/2019 22:19

Not being able to use it on any public pathways, roads etc what's the …Not being able to use it on any public pathways, roads etc what's the point of buying one.


Good question. Also why do people buy cars that go over 70mph?
agaza15/11/2019 22:19

Not being able to use it on any public pathways, roads etc what's the …Not being able to use it on any public pathways, roads etc what's the point of buying one.


Why does NASA spend billions on mars when you, me and everyone else won't be able to go there ?
You could always push of the ground every so often
brennan24715/11/2019 08:15

Cue comments from morons about the legality of these


Lol. People are hardly morons if letting people know that these are illegal on UK roads.
Edited by: "Bargain99hunter" 16th Nov
Bargain99hunter16/11/2019 20:26

Lol. People are hardly morons did letting people know that these are …Lol. People are hardly morons did letting people know that these are illegal on UK roads.


Most of whom are over the 100KG limit strangely enough
brennan24716/11/2019 20:31

Most of whom are over the 100KG limit strangely enough


But there are loads of escooters that can take over 100kg.
Bargain99hunter16/11/2019 20:26

Lol. People are hardly morons if letting people know that these are …Lol. People are hardly morons if letting people know that these are illegal on UK roads.


Think most people know that already, plus there's a warning in big bold letters on the Halfords item description.
Bargain99hunter16/11/2019 21:15

But there are loads of escooters that can take over 100kg.


And i'm afraid they are no good in the UK either

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