Spare PMD riders who are 21 and above and are also food delivery partners from being bann!

Spare PMD riders who are 21 and above and are also food delivery partners from being bann!

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Derrick Ng started this petition to LTA and The Singapore Government

On the 4th November 2019, the Singapore Government decided to bann the use of Escooter on footpaths starting 5th November 2019 due to the many accidents caused by the errant riders. This is very unfair to the other many users who follow the law and also the timing of the bann is too immediate. Looking at the facts, most of the riders who cause the issues are riders who are either using the Scooters for fun or are under 21,so why should all riders be penalised? The bann should have a fair rule to allow only adults 21 and above to ride on footpaths, delivery partners that are aged 21 and above and wearing the companies uniform, parents who are sending their children to and from school, and responsible riders to use their Scooters on footpaths. And if they caused any accidents, they will be liable for the penalties imposed on them like the same penalies that are imposed on cars on the road. There are so many accidents caused by bicycles, motor bikes and cars, but why have we not banned them? Look back and see the accidents that were caused, the most famous ferrari accident at bugis, the driver was a reckless youngster, see the point here? The people that are causing this issues are the youngsters who are either rich or couldn't give a care about the people around them. So please look and this petition, and if anyone of you agree with what I'm saying, let's all be fair and giving, and rethink through this new law, because it is unfair for all the PMD users who have willingly gotten a UL certified scooter, paid for the license, follow the proper laws on the pathways, and riders who only use their vehicle to earn some money for a living! 

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