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[Amazon] Amazon.com Xiaomi Mi M365 electric scooter $399 USD

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Feb 7, 2012
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Van
I just bought the m365 pro version from China. Shipping will take approximately 1 month. I paid around $900 CAD plus tax to get it shipped to Vancouver. Hopefully I can enjoy it before the rain season.

Is e-scooter legalized in Vancouver now? How can bunny scooter operate in Vancouver ?
http://bunnyscooters.com/index.php/cities/
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Feb 2, 2011
184 posts
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New Westminster
Zhang.jian.xi wrote:
Jun 14th, 2019 2:11 am
I just bought the m365 pro version from China. Shipping will take approximately 1 month. I paid around $900 CAD plus tax to get it shipped to Vancouver. Hopefully I can enjoy it before the rain season.

Is e-scooter legalized in Vancouver now? How can bunny scooter operate in Vancouver ?
http://bunnyscooters.com/index.php/cities/
Yay, Great to know - it looks like Vancouver allows electric scooters with Bunny Scooters - coming,
but - ICBC doesn't allow it - and people in the past have been fined
https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british- ... -1.4164997
https://www.icbc.com/vehicle-registrati ... oards.aspx
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Mar 25, 2011
12 posts
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Sent a letter to my local Toronto city councillor and just got a reply:

Tl;dr
- Is not currently legal for use on roads or sidewalks
- (Ontario) Province is reviewing it soon as a part of an update to the HTA.
- This councillor in particular supports the idea of alternative forms of transportation on the surface but worries about the storage issues that have come along with the dockless mode of sharing from companies such as Lime, Bird etc.

Just saw an article where stored in Toronto are selling out of s-scooters and I saw a guy doing Uber eats riding one.
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Feb 11, 2007
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Oakville
m3chen1 wrote:
Jun 21st, 2019 8:38 pm
Sent a letter to my local Toronto city councillor and just got a reply:

Tl;dr
- Is not currently legal for use on roads or sidewalks
- (Ontario) Province is reviewing it soon as a part of an update to the HTA.
- This councillor in particular supports the idea of alternative forms of transportation on the surface but worries about the storage issues that have come along with the dockless mode of sharing from companies such as Lime, Bird etc.

Just saw an article where stored in Toronto are selling out of s-scooters and I saw a guy doing Uber eats riding one.
Lots of injuries in cities with scooters too. Imagine hitting a streetcar track with those little wheels... lol

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