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  • RegisteredJuly 13, 2007

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Forums > Living in Kunming > 48V E-Bike - everything above considered illegal!

@Alexez: If you can find someone with residence address outside the 3rd ring who is willing to register the bike under his name, you can get it registered. Heard of that from other cities... but honestly, the time it's registered it is legally your friends bike and if it's not your friend anymore, that could be a bit of a problem.

Forums > Living in Kunming > 48V E-Bike - everything above considered illegal!

@Alexez: When did you hear that? I had two motorcycles legal in KM, all two legally registered and later sold with no problems switching all the papers over to the new owner. Maybe it changed in the meantime, or it depends on engine-power. My biggest one was 250ccm, no probs. They did just hand out a list where you can't go in KM... almost every place within the 3rd ring road.

Forums > Living in Kunming > 48V E-Bike - everything above considered illegal!

@Tmac17: Riding motorcycle isn't illegal, if you have chinese drivers license, proper papers/plates, insurance, helmet and follow the rules where you can't go in Kunming. But you are right, it's almost everywhere within the third ring road now. :(

@AlexKMG: Years ago i heard, that scooters above 64V are considered illegal. But it's like everytime here, first rumors... than it hits the news, than they enforce it for some time and in the forgotten chamber it goes.
The "normal" scooters (64-80V) they are selling (except the tuned ones) you can buy in every shop in the city and no one will tell you, that they are illegal.
I'm pretty sure it's all about the safety question, because the big ones are pretty fast. But i'm 1,94m in height and not going to fit on a 48V little-princess scootie. Furthermore that batteries will barely bring my 90kg to work.


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We have family visiting us in Kunming and today for today we planned to make the bus-tour... surprise, surprise no bus there. After calling them, they told us now Tour today because the bus is broken. So, that means they just operate with one bus? I guess it was just a poor excuse for bad business (no visitors...).

We just went with the Metro... fast, reliable and cheap.

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Maximum respect for keeping it real and not selling out yourself! The shadowside is, that it's hard to make money this way...
Keep it up mate, we hear you!!!


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