Many PMD owners decided to surrender their devices

Source : Channel 8 Mediacorp

After the introduction of the electric scooter ban on footpaths from the 5th November, many people decided to give up their PMDs.

After the electric scooter was banned from use on all sidewalks and footpaths, the respondents said they decided to sell or surrender their electric scooters even if they met the UL2272 fire protection standard. They also said that the local use of electric scooters has been greatly reduced, and it will only be more troublesome to upkeep.

From 23 September 2019 to 31 March 2020, owners of non-UL2272 devices can dispose of their devices at designated disposal points set up by LTA-appointed e-waste recyclers across HDB estates or at LTA’s Sin Ming Office, at no cost.

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