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    Grumpy 04 Nov 2019

    Has anyone got the ABE and softwar update to get the scooter insured in germany ?

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    MKF 17 Aug 2019

    Hi, I also would love to buy this product and use it in Germany and out of it. It would be great if you could update the software in the flexible way (GPS), that it changes the maximum speed depending on the country and the speeds limits there. Like: 20km/h Germany 25km/h Switzerland etc... Any news about when it's going to get "Betriebserlaubnis"?

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    bert 26 Jun 2019

    For Germany a ABE is required, it would be great to get it - the M365 would meet all the requirements, the motorbrake is a second brake that meets them, it just needs to be registered at the German Vehicle office and apply for a ekFZ electric small vehicle elektrik klein fahrzeug - ABE lisence. And reduce the max speed to 20km/h, which can be done by firmware update. Xiaomi / Ninebot would than need to send the older customers a ekFZ Coc or ABE to make them legal on German roads.

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    Grumpy 04 Nov 2019

    Has anyone got the ABE and softwar update to get the scooter insured in germany ?

    Was this comment usefull? Yes +14 No -3
    MKF 17 Aug 2019

    Hi, I also would love to buy this product and use it in Germany and out of it. It would be great if you could update the software in the flexible way (GPS), that it changes the maximum speed depending on the country and the speeds limits there. Like: 20km/h Germany 25km/h Switzerland etc... Any news about when it's going to get "Betriebserlaubnis"?

    Was this comment usefull? Yes +28 No -0
    bert 26 Jun 2019

    For Germany a ABE is required, it would be great to get it - the M365 would meet all the requirements, the motorbrake is a second brake that meets them, it just needs to be registered at the German Vehicle office and apply for a ekFZ electric small vehicle elektrik klein fahrzeug - ABE lisence. And reduce the max speed to 20km/h, which can be done by firmware update. Xiaomi / Ninebot would than need to send the older customers a ekFZ Coc or ABE to make them legal on German roads.

    Was this comment usefull? Yes +109 No -6
    So 21 Jun 2019

    Can you please make a statement whether there will a software update possible to limit max speed to 20 km/h? I have the Xiaomi M365 and i really want to be able to use it on German streets.

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    achim 21 Jun 2019

    Please modify the M365 pro Scooter to german law - i will instant buy two!

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    ada 18 Jun 2019

    I have M365 too and we cannot use it in Germany now !! No reply from Xiaomi !!

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    Kay 18 Jun 2019

    Who fixes a Xiaomi M365 Scooter in Cologne/Germany?

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    Ja 17 Jun 2019

    Hello many germans have the M365 please bring certificate for Germany we like this product

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    Michael 17 Jun 2019

    Is not possible to register any xiaomi m365 in Germany - this things does not have any coc and they are 25km/h.. From xiaomi is no any answer..

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    Alex 04 Jun 2019

    Will an approval for Germany be possible? Maximum speed of 20 km/h and does the eABS count as a second brake? What happens to already purchased models, can they be retrofitted, software updates, nameplates and everything else that is necessary?

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    Peter 28 May 2019

    First of all ... we need a operating licence or operating permission related to the german law, to use the Scooter in public areas.(called ABE, ‚Allgemeine Betriebserlaubnis‘)

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    Dieter Suchan 19 May 2019

    As you may know, E-Scooters are now allowed by the German authority for the use on common streets and cycle tracks.This allowance asks for Scooters with max.500 Watts and a max speed of 20 km/ h.Your M365 for which there is great interest due to its features , however allowes a top speed of 25 km/h and therefore could only be used on private areas I have ordered one but fear I will not be able register those in the conformity with the binding regulations .In a description of this Scooter I found that there is also a eco-mode possible which then will meet the allowance of 20 km/h.I feel it would be no problem to deaktivate the top -speed mode though the M365 then mould meet the regulations.Kindly let me know ,whether one can order this scooter with this mode only.Thanj you. Best regards Dieter Suchan

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