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How we're keeping Seniors Active and Mobile during the "Circuit Breaker" period

COVID-19 is affecting everyone in Singapore, especially our elderly. Even though they are still allowed to go out during this "Circuit Breaker" period to perform essential tasks like buying groceries and seeking medical attention, how can they do so if they have mobility problems and their mobility scooter or electric wheelchair has broken down?

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Man in Hospital Gown driving Mobility Scooter on Road

The Straits Times reported today that there was a man in a hospital gown seen driving his mobility scooter down Eu Tong Sen Street.

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Converting e-scooters into personal mobility aids (PMA)

The government has warned people against modifying their e-scooters by adding a wheel and bringing down the speed to below 10 km/h, in order to qualify them them as Personal Mobility Aids (PMA), which can still be used on footpaths.

This could be dangerous, as such modifications would compromise both the electrical and structural integrity of the vehicles.

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Mobility Scooters Not Affected by E-Scooter Ban

For our elderly and handicapped customers who worry whether this ban will affect their mobility scooters, not to worry! As shown above in latest diagram released by LTA, Personal Mobility Aids (PMA) such as electric wheelchairs and mobility scooters are not affected.

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2 Plus-sized Ladies squeezing on Mobility Scooter

In a bizarre moment captured on video, 2 large-sized women in the UK were seen squeezing onto a single mobility scooter. One of them was sitting on the deck, wedged between the legs of the driver, with her own legs dangling out the front of the scooter.

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