Blink and you'll miss these PMD riders travelling along Jalan Eunos

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Personal mobility device (PMD) users pose a risk to other motoists when they ride on the roads, especially when you can hardly see them.

A couple of e-scooter riders were seen travelling along Jalan Eunos at midnight.

Facebook user Tan Sue Yew posted a video of them on SG Road Vigilante's group page on Thursday (Oct 31).

#errantpmd @ Jalan Eunos at midnight.

Watch out for fast moving pmds without lights following behind the SBS bus....

Posted by Tan Sue Yew on Wednesday, 30 October 2019

She said: "Watch out for the fast-moving PMDs without lights following behind the [SBS Transit] bus.

"Wonder if they are learning from the Tour de France to draft the bus to save battery and go faster!

"So dangerous!

"The second PMD had a pillion [rider] also.

"Are they allowed on the road especially without lights and helmet[s]?"

Under the Active Mobility Act, there is a speed limit of 10km/h for e-scooters on footpaths. They are not allowed on roads.