Strictly spoken, they cannot be used. Neither on the pavement, nor the road. The simply do not meat the definition of an invalid carriage. Regarding children, they cannot stand up on the scooter, nor can they be seated on your lap
On the pavement, and in pedestrian areas. Not on the public road, not in bus lanes or cycle-only lanes. And of course, not on motorways either
Short answer: no.
Although it is not a legal requirement according to mobility scooter tenerife law, our scooters are insured by MAPFRE in case of an accident. If you own you own mobility vehicle, it is strongly advised to take out an insurance to cover personal safety, damage caused to other people, and the worth of the vehicle itself. You will have to pay compensation in case of an accident (if it is your fault of course)
No, a mobility scooter does not need to be registered according to Spanish laws. Hence, no vehicle tax is due.
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