SINGAPORE – At the height of e-scooters’ popularity less than two years ago, retailer Mobot could sell up to a thousand of them each month.
But after personal mobility devices (PMDs), including e-scooters, were banned from footpaths in November 2019, demand for the devices plunged. Now, Mobot’s e-scooter sales are just 5 per cent of what they were previously.
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