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  1. Head, neck injuries most common in PMD accidents: Tan Tock Seng Hospital | Video
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    Head, neck injuries most common in PMD accidents: Tan Tock Seng Hospital | Video

    Injuries sustained by PMD riders have seen a “sharp increase”, said Tan Tock Seng Hospital (TTSH) at a media briefing on Monday (Oct 21). Between ...
  2. New training course to help food delivery riders transition to bicycles, e-bikes | Video
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    New training course to help food delivery riders transition to bicycles, e-bikes | Video

    Food delivery riders affected by the e-scooter footpath ban will be able to take advantage of a new training programme. Gwyneth Teo reports.
  3. PMD e-scooter
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    Major PMD retailers say will not sell devices to people under 16, among other measures | Video

    People under the age of 16 will not be able to buy personal mobility devices (PMDs) at several shops in Singapore, after a group of 27 retailers ...
  4. Possible e-scooter ban would hurt retailers, hobbyists | Video
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    Possible e-scooter ban would hurt retailers, hobbyists | Video

    E-scooter retailers and hobbyists say they will be hit hard if personal mobility devices (PMD) are indeed banned - a possibility mooted by Senior ...
  5. Are PMDs Ticking Time-Bombs?
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    Ep 24: Are PMDs Ticking Time-Bombs?

    There's been more than 50 PMD related fires in just the first half of 2019. What's causing them to burst into flames and could a modified ...
  6. PMD Footpath Ban: Is This The Solution?
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    Ep 30: PMD Footpath Ban: Is This The Solution?

    An overnight footpath ban on PMDs has led to furore and confusion on the ground. We speak to the people most affected and tell you what can and ...
  7. Man riding an e-scooter in Berlin

    IN FOCUS: The PMD footpath ban a year on - what has changed?

    The soaring popularity of e-scooters and other personal mobility devices hit a roadblock when their use on Singapore's footpaths was banned in ...