Electric scooter law in QLD

Electric scooter law in QLD

The Queensland Government has recently passed legislation to allow electric scooters to be used on roads, footpaths and bike paths. Electric scooters do not require registration or third party insurance, but they do have to be fitted with a speed limiting device. This means that they cannot go faster than 20km/h, which is the same speed limit as bicycles.

Where to buy electric scooters?

Electric scooters can be purchased online or in-store at various locations. Redback Scooter is one of the best places for purchasing an electric scooter in Australia because they have a wide range of different models available for sale. They also offer free shipping and assembly services if you buy an electric scooter from their website.

Do i need to wear a helmet when I ride an electric scooter?

When riding an electric scooter on public roads in Queensland, it is compulsory for all riders - including passengers - to wear a helmet at all times.

In some states in Australia, it is compulsory for all riders to wear a helmet at all times. In other states, you are only required to wear a helmet if you are under 18 years of age. It is important that you know the laws that apply in your state before riding an electric scooter on public roads.

 

 

 

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