In Missouri, an electric personal assistive mobility device (EPAMD), which includes hoverboards, is defined as a self-balancing, two-wheeled device designed for one person. It must have an electric propulsion system with an average power of 750 watts and a maximum speed of less than 20 miles per hour on a level surface when operated by a 170-pound person.

EPAMDs can be operated on streets, highways, sidewalks, and bicycle paths. The operators have the same rights and responsibilities as pedestrians according to chapter 304. However, individuals under the age of sixteen, except for those with mobility disabilities, are not allowed to operate EPAMDs.

EPAMDs can only be used on roadways with a speed limit of 45 miles per hour or less, but they can be used to cross roadways with higher speed limits. Additionally, cities and towns have the authority to impose additional regulations on the operation of EPAMDs within their limits.

Missouri is a state located in the Midwestern region of the United States. It is bordered by eight states, including Iowa, Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Kansas, and Nebraska. The state is known for its diverse geography, which includes the Ozark Mountains, the Missouri River, and the Mississippi River.

Some well-known cities in Missouri include:
1. Kansas City
2. St. Louis
3. Springfield
4. Columbia
5. Independence