craio Posted August 4, 2017 Share Posted August 4, 2017 I've been lurking in this forum for a week or two now and finally decided on buying an ACM (820Wh). So looking up rules and regulations regarding them in Belgium, I've found a lot of info and contradicting rulings. In short, to be allowed on the road in Belgium, i'm required to have an insurance covering damages inflicted on 3rd party. For which i found only one insurance agency so far willing to ensure one with topspeed > 25km/u. To be able to get said insurance i require to have a 'Attestation of Conformity" (unsure on the translation from dutch). Which is the same document like cars and motorcycles. But according to the local supplier such kind of document isn't supplied with the wheel... (didn't ask if he gets them directly from Gotway). So in short, does this document exist? Anyone here that did get such a document when they bought an ACM? The problem isn't limited to Gotway, same supplier says none of the wheels he sells have said document (and he also sell Inmotion, Ninebot). Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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