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Q: Where in Panyu can I buy an electric scooter?

I know these things aren't allowed in Guangzhou proper, but I would like one for short trips around Panyu where they are supposedly legal. 

 

So if anyone knows where I can buy one (with hopefully some English speaking staff) I would really appreciate hearing from you.  Also, typical price ranges would be appreciated too.

 

Thanks in advance.

7 years 51 weeks ago in  Transport & Travel - Guangzhou

 
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You can also buy them inline.....and delivery is not much, here is a link...

http://item.taobao.com/item.htm?id=3733048935

but there are many kinds just look around or even ask somone who works with you....they might know where you can buy them

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Goto Dashi by MTR.. Can find many many shopz...

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