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    You'd have to ride it in the road as the pavements are narrow and full of gaps.

    I've seen people in Gibraltar with their kids standing on the floorboard of electric scooters but it looks pretty sketchy. Same problem as a Segway with bad pavements though.
    I was not even thinking in terms of kids being pillion, I was just thinking in terms of a short journey (800m?) in narrow streets without using human power. Some sort of electric personal transport would seem ideal wouldn't it?

    Or a horse.

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    I'd love an excuse to get another Grom, but the truth is the seat is so small I would often be sat on the back when riding it on my own.
    Get her on the front

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Dazzle View Post
    I was not even thinking in terms of kids being pillion, I was just thinking in terms of a short journey (800m?) in narrow streets without using human power. Some sort of electric personal transport would seem ideal wouldn't it?

    Or a horse.
    I'd take an electric bicycle or electric scooter to help when it's hot but I'm just using my leg powered bicycle for now which is plenty. Term starts soon though.

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