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I’m considering getting myself a scooter (not those motorcycle scooter; the ones you kick) because I don’t want to spend money on public transports and I’m not confident with riding a bike on the road but I’m not sure if I’m allowed to bring one at the Uni since there’s no details on it.
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I’m considering getting myself a scooter (not those motorcycle scooter; the ones you kick) because I don’t want to spend money on public transports and I’m not confident with riding a bike on the road but I’m not sure if I’m allowed to bring one at the Uni since there’s no details on it.
Hi there,

If you are commuting to campus and live more than 1.5 miles away than you would be eligible to apply for a campus parking permit for your scooter. However if you live with 1.5 miles of campus or are staying in campus accommodation unfortunately you will not be allowed to park the scooter on campus, the same as if you were driving a car.

You can find more information about parking on campus here.

Hope this helps,

Philippa
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Hi there,

If you are commuting to campus and live more than 1.5 miles away than you would be eligible to apply for a campus parking permit for your scooter. However if you live with 1.5 miles of campus or are staying in campus accommodation unfortunately you will not be allowed to park the scooter on campus, the same as if you were driving a car.

You can find more information about parking on campus here.

Hope this helps,

Philippa
Hi there,
Thank you for the the reply
Though, I was wondering about those scooters where you have to kick and it can fold when not in use, not the scooters that is used on the road.
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Hi there,
Thank you for the the reply
Though, I was wondering about those scooters where you have to kick and it can fold when not in use, not the scooters that is used on the road.
Hi there,

Thanks for the clarification! If it is just a simple folding kick scooter then you should be fine to bring it with you to campus and store it in your room. Though you may need to be mindful of other students and cars when using it on campus.

Hope this helps,

Philippa
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Hi there,

Thanks for the clarification! If it is just a simple folding kick scooter then you should be fine to bring it with you to campus and store it in your room. Though you may need to be mindful of other students and cars when using it on campus.

Hope this helps,

Philippa
Thank you very much.
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