REGULATIONS & POLICIES
Segway® PTs are not classified as motor vehicles but are listed as single-person personal transporters under the Motor Vehicle Act of Nova Scotia and are legal in Nova Scotia.
All riders must read and sign a liability waiver before participating in a Segway® PT tour.
Rider eligibility and restrictions
Segway® PTs are not recommended for pregnant women, and therefore Segway Nova Scotia does not permit pregnant people to participate in our tours.
Segway® PTs are not approved as medical transportation devices. Therefore riders should not have physical disabilities or cognitive disabilities and must not have health conditions that could deteriorate due to riding.
Riders must wear a helmet, shoes or closed-toe sandals and complete and pass Segway® PT training at the start of their tour.
Segway® PTs are standing transportation devices, so you must be able to comfortably stand for the entire duration of your tour (one to three hours).
Riders can weigh anywhere from 100-260 lbs (45-118 kg)