As more and more people turn to E-powered personal mobility devices, electric scooters remains everybody's favorite. With the growing options available in the market, it is important to select the option with the most reliable specifications.
"Speaking in Parliament during the second reading of the Bill, Dr Lam Pin Min, Senior Minister of State Transport, said that there have been more than 80 fire incidents involving motorised PMDs since 2016. "LTA has studied the safety standards available today, and determined that the UL2272 standard is suitable for application for motorised PMDs in Singapore," he said. From July next year, retailers will be banned from selling PMDs that do not meet the UL2272 standard, which is developed by an independent American certification company. "Existing owners of motorised PMDs which are not UL2272-compliant can continue to use their devices until end-2020," Dr Lam added."
--- Extracted from gov.sg on 20 December 2018
|Max Speed||23km/hr (Load-Free)|
|Max distance Range||15-20km|
|Motor||250W Brushless Gear Motor|
|Battery||8AH 24V Lithium-Ion Battery|
100cm(L) x 40.5cm(H) x 23.5cm(W)
Down-tilted anti-glare headlights