The expanding Segway ban has been proposed in Prague 2 and 10. Both districts hope to adopt the regulations by this summer.
The ban was originally put in place last December. The restrictions were first implemented in Prague 1, as well as the Žižkov, Smíchov, Libeň, Letná and Holešovice neighborhoods.
A Segway will get you there without broken wrists or collarbones or traumatic brain injury. And it won't get stopped dead or have its wheels skidded flat if it hits a piece of pea gravel.
Interesting. That thing looks less like a skateboard and more like 35 percent of a Segway. Does it work like a Segway, with tilt sensors?
yes OneWheel has sensors so that to accelerate the rider applies weight to the front leading foot, to decelerate slow or stop apply weight to the rear trailing foot.. i think the tire tread is fairly thick so should have long tread life and high puncture resistance.. if it did puncture i would be tempted to give it a shot of fix a flat (even though that would be messy later during eventual tire replacement) or use a tire repair plug.. OneWheel would be a lot more fun to ride than segway imo (for the adventurous) similar to snowboarding, surfing..Chalo wrote: ↑May 10, 2018 10:09 amInteresting. That thing looks less like a skateboard and more like 35 percent of a Segway. Does it work like a Segway, with tilt sensors?
Seems like it would be troublesome to deal with a puncture.
It also seems like the OP and others are calling things Segways that aren't. I can't attest to how well those other things might work, but I'm guessing not as well as the real deal.
Traditional style yes.
As long as your contraption is legal and has access rights, it doesn't really matter what others think about it, does it? I mean, I think baby strollers are inappropriate on public paths, and their operators are often oblivious and inconsiderate, but there's nothing to be done about it. It's not my business.