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Electric Scooters Kending

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Electric Scooters Kending

Postby smileymiley » 22 Jul 2016, 11:15

It may sound odd but I have been told that is not permitted to take passengers on electric scooters in Kending.

Can anyone confirm this?

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Re: Electric Scooters Kending

Postby fwizard539 » 24 Jul 2016, 21:29

Just got back from a 2 week holiday, many electric scooters (about 50%). Almost all had more than 1 person on them.
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Re: Electric Scooters Kending

Postby smileymiley » 27 Jul 2016, 17:45

Great thanks.
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Re: Electric Scooters Kending

Postby hannes » 28 Jul 2016, 07:50

Not permitted and everyone does are not mutually exclusive in Taiwan, you know. Not wearing a helmet in Kending might get you pulled over, though.
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