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How to Select the “Right” Hoverboard that suits YOUR Style !!

Posted by Manav Sharma on

How to Select the “Right” Hoverboard that suits YOUR Style !!

Read This Before You Choose to Buy Self Balancing Scooter There are a wide variety of Hoverboards available to you today. Some have been deemed inferior that are cheaper than the best-made options. However, for your own fun, safety and the safety of others, you should consider the best choices for yourself. Ask Yourself Some Questions Before Buying A Hoverboard: What are you going to use the hoverboard for? Transportation from home to work or school? Or just for fun? How often do you plan to use it? Daily? Or just a few times per week or month? What features...

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Interim Ban on Sale of Unsafe Hoverboards in Australia Enters Last Lap

Posted by Manav Sharma on

Starting June 16, we are finally entering into the final lap of Interim Ban on sale of sub quality Hoverboards in Australia. It has been 3 months since the Minister for Small Business and Assistant Treasurer O’Dwyer after considering advice from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) first imposed an Interim Ban on sale of unsafe Hoverboards for 60 days starting March 18, 2016. The ACCC since then has cracked down on many Hoverboard suppliers that were selling 'unsafe' self balancing scooters. Consequently, many suppliers relying on sourcing of cheap & sub quality products from overseas have either shut...

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Regulation on Electric Unicycles in Australia is around the Corner?

Posted by Sanjeev Kaushik on

Yes, you read that right! It's not just the Hoveboards that are under scrutiny - the ACCC is also considering whether there needs to be a similar regulation in place for electric unicycles. Read more about Interim Ban on Sale of Unsafe Hoverboards! In its recent circulation ACCC quoted: "We are also considering whether any future regulation should extend to capture single wheeled ride-on devices powered by lithium-ion batteries. The ACCC is aware of one house fire in the United Kingdom in October 2015 related to a single-wheeled device." Read more about the fire Incident in UK due to Electric...

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