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An e-mobility device is a self-balancing transport device powered by a rechargeable battery pack (most commonly lithium-ion) that uses the shifting weight of the rider to balance the device.
A hoverboard, also known as a “monorover” or “self-balancing electronic scooter,” is an electronic mobility device that has two wheels and a board, between the two wheels, that a user stands on. The user moves their feet to direct the hoverboard to move forward or backwards.
A self-balancing unicycle is an electronic-mobility unicycle device that uses sensors in conjunction with an electronic motor to assist a rider with balancing on a single wheel, and does not have a handle for the user to grip. The self-balancing unicycle is also known as a "single wheel scooter" or a "unicycle scooter.”
Electronic skateboards (e-skateboards)
An electronic skateboard has four wheels and an added battery pack and power system to aid riders with added torque while travelling. An electronic skateboard may have a handheld remote control that allows the rider to control the device during use.
Electronic scooters (e-scooters)
An electronic scooter is an e-mobility device that has two or more wheels, a low platform, a vertical element for the user to grasp, and a method of steering. There are several types of electronic scooters, including foldable scooters, kickstand scooters, and rideable scooters such as mopeds. Electronic scooters have limited range and a maximum speed of less than 40 miles per hour.
Self-balancing personal transporter devices
A self-balancing transporter device may have one or two wheels. These devices are powered by a rechargeable battery pack and use the shifting weight of the rider to balance the device.
Electronic tricycles (e-trikes or e-tricycles)
An electronic tricycle, also called an e-trike or e-tricycle, is a three-wheeled device that is used for personal transportation and has an added battery and pedal-power system to aid the rider with added torque that assists in propulsion.
E-mobility device accessories
An e-mobility device accessory is an item that can be added to or used with an electronic mobility device. Examples of these include e-mobility device chargers and batteries.
At this time, we do not accept applications for listings of electronic mobility device accessories.
We require that all e-mobility devices have been tested to and comply with the specific regulation or standard requirements listed below:
|Electronic skateboards (e-skateboards)|
|Electronic scooters (e-scooters)|
|Self-balancing personal transporters|
|Electronic tricycles (e-trikes; e-tricycles)|
|Electronic mobility (e-mobility) device accessories||
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