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注册制度搅动市场 手续多转售麻烦电动脚踏车失宠

Extracted from LianHe Zaobao. 法律规定电动脚踏车须注册挂车牌,业者认为生意会受影响,因为除了注册费,“割名”给新车主时,对方也须付转让费。业者也指出,顾客担心日后可能得为电动脚踏车买第三方保险,所以购买之前会三思。 政府宣布电动脚踏车须注册及挂车牌后,业者认为生意肯定受影响,因...

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消费电子展人潮多 电动代步工具受欢迎

Abstract from LianHe Zaobao. 售卖各类电子商品的消费电子展览会反应热烈,其中电动脚踏车和个人代步工具大受欢迎,不少公众也购买有拍照功能的小型无人机。 在新达新加坡会展中心举行的消费电子展昨天进入第二天,参展商今年增至100多家,包括首次参展的联想(Lenovo)、三星与索尼,活动...

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SIGN UP FOR BIG WALK, STAND TO WIN E-SCOOTER

He wanted to provide people with an affordable, convenient and fun mode of transportation.
“The waiting time for bus plus travelling time (from home to office) is around 35 minutes, but it only takes around seven minutes with an e-scooter,” said Mr Ifrey Lai, 46, who uses his e-scooter to travel from his home in Upper Paya Lebar to his office in the Ubi industrial area.

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Electric Scooter Sales take off after e-bike safety rules kick in

Scoot, e-bikes. E-scooters have become more popular with consumers here, in tandem with a decline in interest in motorised bicycles.
Some shops now sell hundreds of e-scooters (electric scooter) a month, while sales of e-bikes are negligible.
Retailers say stricter rules on e-bikes, which took effect last December, have dampened interest in the devices and driven consumers to seek e-scooters instead.

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