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Itnabit leads in the distribution of

Electric Vehicles
Please read the below terms of order!
"Providing an environmentally friendly solution to todays rising energy costs!"
  We will deliver to the nominated address as per your confirmed order by email & by phone.
Deposit Payments:
  Any deposits paid are regarded as non-refundable, but may in some circumstances be credited to ones account.
Balances Owing
Any outstanding amounts for any orders must be paid no less than 48 hours after the confirmation of delivery date by email and/or phone.. Failure to pay by this date will entitle Itnabit Pty Ltd to take full and clear title to the order placed and loss of any deposit monies paid in advance.
Special Circumstances:
In certain circumstances as Itnabit Pty Ltd may deem honourable, to waive the above concerning Balances Owing.
Use of Vehicles :
How you choose to use your vehicle is your responsibility and we take no responsibility for any wrongful mishandling or unlawful use of the vehicle/s..

It is your responsibility to check your State, Federal Laws Before You Order! The laws, regulations, statutes, by-laws etc relating to electric vehicles vary from Country to Country as can different States within a Country.  

What is legal to use on the roads in one State may not be the case in another.
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For instance in the State of VictoriaAustralia any pedaled vehicle propelled by a motor output of equal to or less than 200 Watts is legally classified as a bicycle and therefore subject to all the relevant laws effecting bicycles. Therefore, no license, insurance or registration is required to ride such bikes on the roads, but not on highways. You also must wear a helmet. ( See Email "VicRoads Law Definition." ).   Anything above 200 Watt and you are classified as a Motor Bike and subject to a completely different set of laws and regulations. 

In Wellington , New Zealand under recent Legislative changes, we could ride any electric motorised vehicle with a power output of less than 300 watts and it will not be defined as a motor vehicle under the law. The Director of Land Transport NZ also has discretionary provision to exclude vehicles with motors up to 600 watts from being motor vehicles.Check out the recent changes made in New Zealand.

For this reason we must assume you are aware of the laws relating to the vehicle/s you choose to order and that you intend to use the vehicle/s within the laws of where you wish to use it/them. 


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