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[Red Sky Medical] RedSky VOLT eScooter 65km Range / 35 km/h Speed/ Cruise Control $899.99

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RedSky VOLT eScooter 65km Range / 35 km/h Speed/ Cruise Control $899.99

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Red Sky Medical
**For people living outside of Toronto**

Same as the Ninebot segway scooter without a speed limiter so it goes 35km/h and priced cheaper. Picked it up yesterday everything looks and it goes fast) yet easy to control.

https://www.redskymedical.ca/collection ... kmph-speed
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Is there anywhere in Ontario that is legal to drive these on public roads?
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repatch wrote: Is there anywhere in Ontario that is legal to drive these on public roads?
That's like asking is it legal to drink outdoors in the park,

Use proper discretion/moderation - and you'll be fine. (Obviously don't ride your scooter on a 400-series highway!)
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repatch wrote: Is there anywhere in Ontario that is legal to drive these on public roads?
Bike lanes? Just guessing
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I know Toronto ban scooter on public street.
But it is selling like hot cake here. lol
That being said, isnt it better to get an ebike for that price?
If I buy something that is not in deep discounted, my father will punish me; everyone will laugh at me. I will be the strange kid who doesn't fit in.
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chillychin wrote: Bike lanes? Just guessing
I don't think so. I honestly don't think there is any public road/path/trail/etc that it's legal to drive these things on in Ontario. Private property sure, but nothing public. I think.
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repatch wrote: I don't think so. I honestly don't think there is any public road/path/trail/etc that it's legal to drive these things on in Ontario. Public property sure, but nothing public. I think.
I'm guessing that is a typo?
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Private property sure, but nothing public?
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Madchester wrote: That's like asking is it legal to drink outdoors in the park,

Use proper discretion/moderation - and you'll be fine. (Obviously don't ride your scooter on a 400-series highway!)
Sorry, no.

A bottle of beer doesn't cost $1000, and isn't something I'd rely on to get someone. A bottle of beer is also not likely to get me sued in the case of an accident causing injury or property damage because there is no insurance.

To be frank: get an eBike.

Until these things are permitted into some sort of LEGAL use, I can't see why one would drop $1000. What the heck use is a 65km range if all I can do legally is drive it up and down my driveway?

And to be clear: my personal opinion is they SHOULD be legal.
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I actually saw a guy with one of these stopped (maybe ticketed?) by a cop yesterday. So maybe not worth the hassle although it should be legal since those intentionally loud attention whoring motorcyclist morons are allowed ride
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Any Ebike recommendations for this price range?
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Maybe these would've been fine if manufacturers didn't push the speed limit. Can't imagine someone whizzing by me at 35 km/h on the sidewalk lol. Most bike enthusiasts ride on the road here and the others who use the sidewalk aren't going at 35.
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This is a great deal, bought a couple GoTrax in April for 600, would have definitely gone for these for the incremental spend had they been available.
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repatch wrote: Sorry, no.

A bottle of beer doesn't cost $1000, and isn't something I'd rely on to get someone. A bottle of beer is also not likely to get me sued in the case of an accident causing injury or property damage because there is no insurance.

To be frank: get an eBike.

Until these things are permitted into some sort of LEGAL use, I can't see why one would drop $1000. What the heck use is a 65km range if all I can do legally is drive it up and down my driveway?

And to be clear: my personal opinion is they SHOULD be legal.
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A medical store selling scooters? Is this like a dental office selling candy cane?
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guardiangod wrote: A medical store selling scooters? Is this like a dental office selling candy cane?
No its more like a computer store selling a sous vide or air fryer.
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Our family loves ours. and that is a great price. it looks like a rebranded ninebot. I got at Xmas for 899, no tax from Amazon
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gis_jobs wrote: **For people living outside of Toronto**

Same as the Ninebot segway scooter without a speed limiter so it goes 35km/h and priced cheaper. Picked it up yesterday everything looks and it goes fast) yet easy to control.

https://www.redskymedical.ca/collection ... kmph-speed
What do you mean same as Ninebot without limiter? Is it literally identical (like made in same factory) with different labels? Or is it just similar? What is the limit for Ninebot? And what's the lowest price for a Ninebot?
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grither wrote: Our family loves ours. and that is a great price. it looks like a rebranded ninebot. I got at Xmas for 899, no tax from Amazon
Why would there be no tax on Amazon?
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fightbriz wrote: Why would there be no tax on Amazon?
not really sure. there were two listings, one with no tax. so bought that one. I'm guessing the seller made a mistake. but scooter is great

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