INSTOCKS! *FREE GIFT* MAXIMALSG PMD-F-08 UL2272 Certified Electric Scooter LTA Compliant
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INSTOCKS! *FREE GIFT* MAXIMALSG PMD-F-08 UL2272 Certified Electric Scooter LTA Compliant

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IN-STOCKS MAXIMALSG PMD-F-08 UL2272 Certified Electric Scooter LTA compliant
*FREE GIFT*
1 FOOTPEG and 1 LOCK

Main Advantage:

  1. Easy to fold and go to MRT and Bus, can even fit into boot of a compact sedan.
  2. Light weight, only 16.8 kg. With child seat and metal basket only 18.85 kg.
  3. Long distance, can travel up to 40km after fully charged
  4. Enough fetch 1 adult and 2 kids

MaximalSG PMD-F-08

Model

PMD-F-08

Motor

48v Geared Motor 240W

Battery

48V 7.5Ah ~40km

Weight

16.8kg

Speed

25km/h

Brake System

Front and rear disk brake

Dimensions

1270mm x 520mm x 920mm

Tyre

12inch Pneumatic

Maximum Load

120Kg

Charging Time

~ 5 hours

Lights

Front and rear lights

Standard

LTA Standard, Spring Singapore (Safety Mark) and UL2272

Waterproofing



What is the latest LTA requirement for e-scooters?
Only UL2272 certified e-scooters will be allowed on public paths by 1st January 2021. That being said, if your current e-scooter is non-UL2272 certified, you will only be able to use your e-scooter until 31st December 2020.


What is UL2272 certification?
This is a U.S. certification that is given to electrical mobility devices that have undergone thorough safety tests and have been found to meet all the safety standards. These devices are tested based on several components like the electrical and mechanical factor for safety, and even the impact of environmental factors, such as exposure to water and extreme cold or hot temperatures. 


Why is UL2272 certification important?

The LTA made this move in order to tackle the increasing case of fires that are being caused by defective devices. These defective e-scooters are either being sold online by untrusted sellers, have undergone modification which is illegal, or simply not adhere to safety certification stipulations as required by The Standards, Productivity and Innovation Board (SPRING Singapore). The new fire safety standards will, therefore, prevent these illegal and unethical practices by sellers and retailers and, consequently, protect the end-user.

 


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