UPDATE: Prices have reflected across all channels. Still available on catch and eBay
KickScooter MAX is $700 via Mobileciti Catch
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Just noticed Mobileciti dropped the prices on their scooters!! Lowest prices available (beating JB prices) and great Christmas gift (please confirm with rep for express delivery before Christmas)
See below for summary of legality in your state. But please also do check state rules on government websites.
Summary of Price Drops
|Ninebot Kickscooter Max||$795||$404 (33.7%)|
|Ninebot eKickscooter E8||$388||$111 (22.2%)|
|Ninebot eKickscooter E10||$429||$170 (28.3%)|
|Ninebot Kickscooter Air T15||$839||$460 (35.4%)|
Summary of Electric Scooter Laws in Australia by State
|Queensland||Yes||Riders should wear helmets. Children under 12 cannot ride, and riders up to 16 must be supervised by an adult. Riders must give way to pedestrians. Speed limit to 25km/h|
|Victoria||-||In Victoria, the law allows 200w power output. It also permits a speed limit of 10km/h that can be use on public roads and footpaths. There are no specific laws presented on what requirements to follow but, the Victorian state government set rules on certain kinds of scooters.|
|ACT||Yes||A maximum speed of 15 km/h on footpaths, up to 25 km/h in all other permitted locations. Users must wear a helmet. Slow down to 10 km/h when going across a crossing and give way to pedestrians.|
|New South Wales||No||Currently, NSW does not allow riding an e-scooter on public roads and footpaths. However, the law permits it on private ground.|
|South Australia||No||In South Australia, the law does not allow riding an e-scooter on public roads and footpaths. However, the law allows riding on private grounds.|
|Western Australia||-||The law does not permit the use of shared paths and footpaths for e-scooters. Compliant e-scooters can only be legally ridden on low speed WA public roads and paths if their maximum power output is no more than 200 watts and they cannot travel more than 10 km/h on level ground.|
|Northern Territory||-||E-scooters that are limited to less than 200w in power output and capable speeds below 10km/h are permitted for use on public roads and footpaths. Scooters exceeding this power and speed will require registration.|
|Tasmania||-||The power limit that the law allows is less than 200w for it to set foot on public roads and footpaths. Scooters exceeding this power and speed will require registration.|
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