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Rules & Code of Conduct Cycle, Scoot and Ride Considerately

Rules & Code of Conduct Cycle, Scoot and Ride Considerately

https://www.lta.gov.sg/content/ltagov/en/getting_around/active_mobility/rules_and_public_education/rules_and_code_of_conduct.html Rules & Code of Conduct Cycle, Scoot and Ride Considerately Our paths and roads are shared spaces. We should consider the safety of our fellow travellers, no matter whether we drive, walk, cycle or ride active mobility devices.LTA’s vision for a car-lite nation is not only about providing the amenities to support walking, cycling and riding, but also building a culture of courtesy and respect for fellow commuters.  Active Mobility Act (AMA) The Active Mobility Act (AMA) came into force on May 2018, providing a set of rules and code of conduct to enable safer sharing of public paths among various...

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Got into an e-scooter accident in Singapore? Here are 7 things you can do

Got Into an E-Scooter Accident in Singapore? Here are 7 Things You Can Do Clara Lim September 25, 2019 0 Comments So you’re walking to the MRT station as usual, when out of nowhere, some kid on an obviously illegal electric scooter rams into you, and you fall on the ground like a sack of potatoes.  Or maybe you’re a PMD user yourself, and some EQ-challenged idiot bangs into you head-on, scattering you, your Dyu, and the contents of your GrabFood bag all over the pavement.  Apart from shaking your fist and screaming obscenities, what else can you do?  Well, unfortunately for Singaporeans bedeviled...

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What you need to know about LTA's free e-scooter disposal and $100 incentive

What you need to know about LTA's free e-scooter disposal and $100 incentive

PMD owners will be able to dispose their non-UL2272 certified devices at 180 designated disposal points set up by LTA-appointed e-waste recyclers. 
PMD owners will be able to dispose their non-UL2272 certified devices at 180 designated disposal points set up by LTA-appointed e-waste recyclers.

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By next July, all PMDs must be safety-certified ( UL 2272 )

By next July, all PMDs must be safety-certified ( UL 2272 )

SINGAPORE By next July, all PMDs must be safety-certified A man died after a blaze in his Bukit Batok flat, where three burnt e-scooters were found. PHOTO: MURALI FACEBOOK Inspection of all e-scooters will also be mandatory from next April Kok Yufeng Aug 06, 2019 06:00 am       96 Engagements A worrying spate of personal mobility device (PMD) fires has sparked the authorities to bring forward by six months a deadline for all PMDs to meet fire safety requirements. The inspection of all e-scooters will also be mandatory from April next year. By next July, all PMDs used on public paths...

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REGISTRATION OF E-SCOOTERS FROM 2 JANUARY 2019

 FOR THOSE WHO HAVE REGISTERED AND NEED THE LTA IDENTIFICATION LABELS (STICKER LABELS) PLSE CLICK ON THIS LINK TO PLACE YOUR ORDER
 

 

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.

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