Major PMD retailers say will not sell devices to people under 16, among other measures
SINGAPORE: People under the age of 16 will not be able to buy personal mobility devices (PMDs) at several shops in Singapore, after a group of 27 retailers announced several measures to promote the responsible use of such devices.
They pledged to provide services to registered PMDs only, and will not make any modification or enhancement that will affect the electrical systems of any PMDs.Read more: CNA
Have all the killers been under 16? Anyone below 16 is likely to have an adult with him to pay for his big ticket item anyway... Hogwash. Nonsense. Ppl can buy and anyone can use.
Major PMD retailers to control sales to under-16s in wake of accidentsThe retailers also pledged not to make any modifications or enhancements to PMD s that will affect the electrical system of the devices.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
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