In Montana, an electric personal assistive mobility device (EPAMD), which includes hoverboards, is defined as a self-balancing device with two wheels that can transport only one person. These devices are equipped with an electric propulsion system that limits their maximum speed to 12 ½ miles per hour.

EPAMDs are allowed to operate on sidewalks, bike paths, and roads and streets with a speed limit of 35 miles per hour or less. However, if there are any official traffic control devices that prohibit EPAMDs, then they are not permitted on sidewalks.

Montana is a state located in the Western region of the United States. It is the 4th largest state by area and has a population of approximately 1.07 million people. Montana is known for its diverse geography, including the Rocky Mountains, Great Plains, and numerous lakes and rivers.

Well-known cities in Montana include:
1. Billings
2. Missoula
3. Great Falls
4. Bozeman
5. Butte
6. Helena
7. Kalispell