What items do you see as are non-compliant?
kingdragonfly: It appears to me to break every guideline for a mobility scooter, and can not used on a foot path or bike lane. The seller encouraging someone do these actions is irresponsible at best, and likely illegal
Here is the the NZTA's stance:
In short, mobility vehicles must have been designed especially for people with impaired mobility. This vehicle, appears to have been designed as a low cost mini car for use by able bodied people. Features like being a 2 seater, and relatively large size, and high speed support this view.
Also they need to be under 1500W max power output. Listing states "Power Consumption Full load 3.28Kw/h (100Km)" The unit is nonsense, but 3.28kW of peak power would be a discharge rate of 1.7C for the battery, a plausible number.
Segways as mobility scooters, have been tested in court, and the finding was that they are not (even when used by a person with impaired mobility)