You can be fined or jailed for riding eScooters on public roads in Malaysia, warns police - SoyaCincau

Riding eScooters on public roads could lead to being fined RM300 for the first offence and RM1,000 or three months jail for subsequent offences.

21/10/2021 8:21:00 AM

Riding eScooters on public roads could lead to being fined RM300 for the first offence and RM1,000 or three months jail for subsequent offences.

Riding eScooters on public roads could lead to being fined RM300 for the first offence and RM1,000 or three months jail for subsequent offences.

on public roads. According toTraffic Investigation and Enforcement (JSPT) head Datuk Mat Kasim Karim, the police has gotten complaints about eScooters on city streets causing inconveniences to road users.There was even a recent viral video featuring a man in London riding an eScooter on the highway, showing how dangerous and ridiculous it looks.

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A post shared by Memes|Music|Gossip (@ANTZ) (@imjustbait)Riding eScooters on public roads is actually illegal, asSection 54 of the Road Transport Act 1987 states that it could lead to being “fined RM300 for the first offence and RM1,000 or three months jail for subsequent offences”. However, the police said they will not take action on first offence and will try to educate eScooter riders on the dangers of riding on public roads.

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