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  • M365 (25km/h, 250W)
  • M365 (25km/h, 250W)
  • M365 (25km/h, 250W)
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Xiaomi M365 (25km/h, 250W)

Question about Xiaomi M365 (25km/h, 250W)

User Rockero

Hello Lucanepa,

The Xiaomi M365 (and the PRO Model) can't be driven legally in Switzerland on public roads.
The ASTRA has clear requirements, what an E-Scooter has to meet. Example max. Speed 20km/h (not depending on what Driving Mode you use the E-Scooter). Two separte breaks they work also when the akku/battery of the E-Scooter is down.

Hope it's more clear.

- Rockero

08.07.2019
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User JayDLuc

As far as i know if the scooter has a bell, front light, breaking light then you should be fine. (I think this model has everything). Its still a "grey-zone" but the police won't say anything

02.05.2019
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User lauraferlor

Secondo la tcs:
Autorizzato su strade (pubbliche): sì
Autorizzato su marciapiedi: no

tcs.ch/it/test-consigli/con...

02.05.2019
User Finlayson

No it is just to fast. It's not allowed on the roads.

08.08.2020
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User Samuele_Mario

legally on the road you can go with a maximum speed of 20km / h

02.05.2019
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User dodi83

Sorry, but you can't. 20km/h yes, but since it has not 2 non-electric brakes, it's not allowed on the road. If you get checked by Police, you will be fined.

26.05.2020
User benja92

Just bought one without checking the laws first. But it does have 2 non electric brakes.. foot brake and hand brake? Anyways, believe with software limitation to 20km/h (at least in Dk) it follows all laws. The xiaomi M365 can also be found and bought with 20km/h out of the box now

13.08.2020
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