Register your E-scooter
by 30 june 2019
Owners of e-scooters may register their devices on the OneMotoring website, or at any SingPost Post Office, from 2 January 2019. Registration is compulsory and from 1 July 2019, it will be an offence to ride an unregistered e-scooter on public paths.
Register your e-scooter by 31 March 2019 to enjoy a waiver of the $20 registration fee. For more details on registering your e-scooter, visit www.onemotoring.com.sg/escooter.
Adoption of UL2272 standard
for all motorised PMDs
To minimise fire incidents and improve public safety, all motorised Personal Mobility Devices (PMDs) used on public paths must be certified to the UL2272 standard for fire and electrical safety from 1 January 2021.
Non-UL2272 certified e-scooters purchased after 30 June 2019 will not be allowed to be registered.
You are strongly encouraged to check that the motorised PMD carries a certification mark that shows that it is UL2272 certified before purchasing it. View this list to find out more about UL2272 certified PMDs.
For draft legislation* concerning the adoption of UL2272 standard as a device criteria for motorised personal mobility devices, you may refer to the draft gazette notification here and the draft amendments to the Active Mobility Regulations 2018 here.
Disclaimer: This document is a draft and is provided for information only. The information contained herein may change and does not commit the Land Transport Authority of Singapore or the Government of Singapore in any way.
*The draft legislation was first uploaded on 31 December 2018
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Bring your foldable bikes and pmds on board public transport all day
You can cycle or ride to nearby transport nodes, bring your foldable bicycle or PMD on board a train and bus, and complete the rest of your journey on your device. Click here to find out more!
COMMITING AN OFFENCE UNDER THE ACTIVE MOBILITY ACT
Failure to adhere to any active mobility rules may result in prosecutorial action by the Authority. You may receive any of the following notices to attend court should you commit an offence under the Active Mobility Act.
vehicles/pabs/pmds seized or detained by lta
The Registrar of Vehicles intends to sell, by public auction, or otherwise, dispose of these vehicles after one month, beginning from the date of publication, of the Notification.