From 2 January 2019, owners of electric scooters (e-scooters1) can register their devices through LTA’s website atwww.onemotoring.com.sg/escooter or at any SingPost Post Office2. To encourage owners to register their e-scooters early, the registration fee of $20 will be waived for e-scooters registered by 31 March 2019.
2. Registrants must be at least 16 years old and will need to declare that their e-scooters are compliant with the device criteria3 specified under the Active Mobility Act. Those who make false declarations can be subject to a fine of up to $5,000 and/or imprisonment of up to 12 months. Please refer to Annex A for more details on the registration process.
Singapore Spike in demand for e-scooter model that meets new fire safety standard CREDITS : By Amir Yusof @AmirYusofCNA 15 Sep 2018 06:09AM (Updated: 15 Sep 2018 09:56AM) SINGAPORE: Among the dozens of e-scooter models being sold in the Singapore market, only one is currently compliant with the new fire safety standards set by the Land Transport Authority - and its stocks are fast dwindling, according to some local retailers.Demand for the Segway Ninebot ES2 has increased after the Government announced on Monday that all motorised personal mobility devices (PMDs) that are not UL2272 certified will be illegal by 2021. The UL2272 standard was first published by US-based...
The 39-year-old was pleased to have found an efficient mode of transport that would allow him to avoid having to squeeze in crowded buses and trains to travel to and from his work.
"So I've spent all this money on this scooter, only to be told I have to get rid of it in two years or risk breaking the law," said Mr Lor, who uses the device to travel to and from his workplace in Clarke Quay.