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Registration of e-scooters opens Jan 2

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Registration of e-scooters opens Jan 2

Registration of e-scooters opens Jan 2 E-scooters at their docks at Science Park One. (Photo: Junn Loh)  SINGAPORE: Owners of electric scooters will be able to register their devices with the authorities from Jan 2. The registration fee of S$20 will be waived for owners who register their e-scooters by Mar 31, the Land Transport Authority (LTA) said this in a media release on Wednesday (Dec 12). Registration can be done via LTA's website at www.onemotoring.com.sg/escooter or at Singapore Post offices until Jun 30.  "Registrants must be at least 16 years old and will need to declare that their e-scooters are...

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Registration of e-scooters to be made mandatory from second half of 2018

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Registration of e-scooters to be made mandatory from second half of 2018

Other personal mobility devices such as electric hover boards and unicycles will not need to be registered due to their less widespread use and their lower speeds, says Senior Minister of State for Transport Lam Pin Min. A man riding an e-scooter at NTU. (Photo: Olivia Siong) SINGAPORE: All e-scooter owners will soon have to register with the Land Transport Authority (LTA), as well as have identification stickers pasted prominently on their devices, Senior Minister of State for Transport Lam Pin Min announced on Wednesday (Mar 7). Speaking at the ministry’s Committee of Supply debate, Dr Lam said the Government has decided...

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[ LTA Press Release ] FACTSHEET: MANDATORY REGISTRATION OF ELECTRIC SCOOTERS

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 As announced at the 2018 Committee of Supply Debate, the Government has accepted the Active Mobility Advisory Panel’s (AMAP) recommendation to mandate the registration of electric scooters (e-scooters) used on public paths.2.  The mandatory registration will require all e-scooter owners to provide their personal particulars as part of the registration process, and paste identification stickers prominently onto their devices. Owners will also be required to ensure that their e-scooters comply with the requirements of the Active Mobility Act and do not exceed 20 kg in maximum unladen weight; 700 mm in maximum width; and 25 km/h in maximum device speed....

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