In Maine, §2063-A establishes laws regarding electric personal assistive mobility devices (EPAMDs), which include hoverboards.

The city-level transportation department or local municipality can prohibit EPAMDs from operating on certain ways. At a state level, EPAMDs can be operated on sidewalks, public ways with speed limits of 35 miles per hour or less, and bike paths, unless prohibited by local ordinance or state/federal law.

EPAMDs must yield to pedestrians and give an audible signal before passing them. If a sidewalk or bike path is unavailable, EPAMDs may operate on public ways with a speed limit of 35 miles per hour or less. During nighttime or when motor vehicles are required to display headlights, EPAMD operators must wear reflective clothing or have reflective devices on their devices.

EPAMDs must not exceed speeds of 5 miles per hour on sidewalks and 15 miles per hour on public ways and bike paths. EPAMDs cannot be hitched to moving vehicles. EPAMDs must have front lights, rear reflectors, and reflector strips on the tires when used at nighttime.

They must also be equipped to stop within a reasonable distance. Violations of these laws can result in a traffic infraction with fines up to $10 for the first offense and up to $25 for the second or subsequent offenses. A third or subsequent offense may lead to impounding of the EPAMD for up to 30 days. EPAMDs are not subject to registration requirements.

Maine is a state located in the northeastern region of the United States. It is the largest state in New England and borders New Hampshire to the west and the Atlantic Ocean to the southeast. The capital of Maine is Augusta.

Here are some well-known cities in Maine:
1. Portland
2. Lewiston
3. Bangor
4. South Portland
5. Auburn