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SINGAPORE — Some food-delivery riders here who use electric scooters have voiced their safety concerns about plying the roads on bicycles or e-bikes, following the Government’s offer of grants for swopping their devices.

https://www.todayonline.com/singapore/de...ycles-work
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bloody selfish pmd riders!
now cited their safet.
before ban, ever think of people's safety using pavements????
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F = MA , same for bicycle.
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Aiyah.
Ask government to give them a car each.
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In the first place who create this problem without really thinking through the details? Now its like cannot move forward or backward, the tyre kanna stuck in the longkang now.


9-11-2019 8:33 PM
hfourhappy said:
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SINGAPORE — Some food-delivery riders here who use electric scooters have voiced their safety concerns about plying the roads on bicycles or e-bikes, following the Government’s offer of grants for swopping their devices.

https://www.todayonline.com/singapore/de...ycles-work
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Give them some milk they now want the whole cow...bloody scum gangster hope they knock down their relatives children and grsndmothers one by one until whole generation vanished.
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9-11-2019 8:33 PM
hfourhappy said:
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SINGAPORE — Some food-delivery riders here who use electric scooters have voiced their safety concerns about plying the roads on bicycles or e-bikes, following the Government’s offer of grants for swopping their devices.

https://www.todayonline.com/singapore/de...ycles-work

Yah on footpath they are king, they are the one who cause safety issue to pedestrians. On the road, they becomes the roadkill
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They don't want to be knock down by vehicle on the road.
But they OK pedestrain knock down by delivery PMD on footpath.
What is the logic?
Where is their conscious?
What about those pedestrian victim families feeling?
What about all pedestrians walking on footpath daily, aren't they afraid to be knock down by delivery riders?

Before SG has PMD, all delivery riders are ok with using bicycle or motorbike. No complain about income lesser or too tiring.
Now banning pmd on footpath becomes a problem for their livelihood...?
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Government should ban ALL food delivery unless it is done by motorcycles owned by the company (e.g., Pizza Hut).
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9-11-2019 8:57 PM
Moonrab said:
They don't want to be knock down by vehicle on the road.
But they OK pedestrain knock down by delivery PMD on footpath.
What is the logic?
Where is their conscious?
What about those pedestrian victim families feeling?
What about all pedestrians walking on footpath daily, aren't they afraid to be knock down by delivery riders?

Before SG has PMD, all delivery riders are ok with using bicycle or motorbike. No complain about income lesser or too tiring.
Now banning pmd on footpath becomes a problem for their livelihood...?

9-11-2019 9:37 PM
LauHiLo said:
Government should ban ALL food delivery unless it is done by motorcycles owned by the company (e.g., Pizza Hut).

The PMD are used to deliver food but there are some who ride for pleasure and had cause some deaths and many others injured....The status quo, of food deliveries with the use of motorcycles and manual bicycles, had accidents occured with them on the roads or footpaths......Footpaths are for pedestrians, joggers and brisk walking for citizens, and therefore the safety of these footpath users are of paramount importance, e-scooters and e-bikers have second priority..... Thinking Thinking
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