Are these legal to ride on the footpath in Australia?
In Australia, each State has its own laws regarding what can be legally ridden on footpaths or in public areas. In general, and depending on your State, as a general rule, we suggest never riding on a public road of any sort. The specific legislation for each State can be seen on the links below. Please note, this is current at the time of writing, and as with most Laws, they can be changed from time to time. We always suggest checking before riding.
Protective equipment should be used when riding Airwheels including but not limited to approved helmets, gloves, wrist guards, knee pads, protective clothing and footware. Adult supervision is recommended for children below 14 years of age.
DO use safety equipment: helmets, pads etc
DO ride responsibly
NOT recommended for children under 14 years without adult supervision
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