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Old 23.07.2019, 00:22
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Razor type kick-scooter on trains?

Hi all,

I searched around a bit and to my surprise couldn't find this question already asked somewhere else.

Is it permitted to bring your folding kick-scooter on the train? It's no larger than a suitcase when folded, weighs about 20-25lbs and fits easily under a seat. Can't seem to find this answer on the SBB site either.

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Old 23.07.2019, 01:04
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Re: Razor type kick-scooter on trains?

Should not really be a problem, however for foldable bikes they demand them to be folded and have a packed for hygienic reasons. So I'd say fold it, slip it in a garbage bag and nobody should ever complain.
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Old 24.07.2019, 09:31
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Re: Razor type kick-scooter on trains?

I take my electric scoot on the train everyday .. If it's busy i put it on the overhead rack, otherwise just under my seat..

Never checked the rules but we have a ticket inspection almost everyday, no issues so far.
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