Does Airwheel luggage have a physical store in Singapore?
Unfortunately, we do not have a physical store in Singapore that sells luggage as of now. But you can shop on Airwheel's official online store
How many days to ship to Singapore?
It usually takes 4 days to get the luggage you are expecting.
What is the warranty service for Singapore users?
We offer a free warranty on your luggage within 12 months, and 6 months of your battery.
If the warranty period is exceeded, we will charge the relevant warranty costs.
Airwheel luggage scooter can use in Singapore?
Of course you can use Airwheel luggage in Singapore as luggage at least. Can ride on the path, see below.
Singapore Rules & Code of Conduct
Paths and roads are shared spaces. We should consider the safety of our fellow travellers, no matter whether we drive, walk, cycle or ride active mobility devices.
LTA’s vision for a car-lite nation is not only about providing the amenities to support walking, cycling and riding, but also building a culture of courtesy and respect for fellow commuters.
Active Mobility Act (AMA)
The Active Mobility Act (AMA) came into force in May 2018, providing a set of rules and code of conduct to enable safer sharing of public paths among various users. If you fail to adhere to the rules, you may face prosecutorial action by the Authority. Notices to Attend Court (PDF, 52kB) may also be issued should you commit an offence under the Active Mobility Act.
Active mobility devices governed under the AMA include:
- Power-Assisted Bicycles (PAB)
- Motorised and Non-motorised Personal Mobility Devices (PMDs): Kick-scooters, electric scooters, hoverboards, unicycles, etc.
- Personal Mobility Aids (PMAs): Wheelchairs, motorised wheelchairs or mobility scooters which are designed to carry an individual who is unable to walk or has walking difficulties.
Where You Can Ride Your Device
Know where you can ride (PDF, 537kB) and the speed limits to observe for the safety of yourself and others. You may face penalties if caught speeding or riding your device on the wrong path or road.
Device and User RequirementsFor Motorised Personal Mobility Devices (PMDs) and E-scooters
- Maximum weight of 20kg
- Maximum width of 70cm
- Maximum motorised device speed of 25km/h
- Certified to the UL2272 device safety standard (PDF, 284kB), which is listed on LTA's whitelist (PDF, 1.7MB)
Rules and Guidelines for Safe Walking and Riding on Public Paths
Rules for Active Mobility device riders
All riders of Active Mobility devices such as bicycles, Power-Assisted Bicycles (PABs), Personal Mobility Devices (PMDs), Personal Mobility Aids (PMAs) must adhere to these rules under the Active Mobility Act:
- No using of mobile communication devices while riding
- Stop and look out for traffic before riding across the road
- Dismount and push your device when you see a “No Riding” sign (except PMA users)
- Switch on your front white and rear red light when riding in the dark
- Stop, offer help, exchange particulars, and make a police report if you are involved in an accident.
Guidelines for AM device riders and pedestrians
All AM device (bicycles, PABs, PMDs, PMAs) riders should:
- Always give way to pedestrians
- Watch your speed and go slow around others
- Slow down when approaching bus stops and/or intersections of public paths
- Walk your device in crowded areas
- Gently alert others before overtaking
- Keep left on paths unless overtaking
- Ride on cycling paths and bicycle crossings when available
- Keep a safe distance from other path users, especially when overtaking to avoid a collision
- Avoid shining your lights onto the face of other path users
- Check that your lights, brakes and tyres are in good working condition before setting off
- Check the height of your handlebars and seat on the bicycle to ensure that you have full control of the device when coming to a sudden stop in an emergency
- Keep both hands on the handlebars. Signal your intention to change course or make a turn ahead of time
- Park your devices at designated parking places such as bicycle racks and yellow boxes. Be sure to securely lock your devices (PDF, 388kB) to prevent it from being stolen
- For shared bicycles: park your shared bicycle only in designated parking zones, which can be located using your bicycle sharing application. Look out for the QR code located near the parking area and scan it to end your trip. You may be banned from using shared bicycles if you fail to end trip at designated parking zones. For more details, read this parking guide (PDF, 255kB)
How to check in Airwheel luggage in Singapore airline?
Singapore Airline Baggage Restriction
- Up to 7kg each
- Sum of length, width and height of each piece should not exceed 115cm.
- Additional 20 kg
- Total: 45 kg