In New Hampshire, an “electric personal assistive mobility device” (EPAMD) refers to a self-balancing, 2 non-tandem-wheeled device designed for one person, powered by an electric system, with a maximum speed below 20 miles per hour. This classification extends to hoverboards. They are not considered vehicles.

1. Operators of EPAMDs have the same rights and obligations as pedestrians according to RSA 265:34-40.
2. When operating an EPAMD on a road at a speed lower than the normal traffic, the operator must stay on the right side of the road as much as possible, unless it’s unsafe or necessary to avoid hazards like objects, vehicles, pedestrians, etc.

New Hampshire is a state located in the New England region of the United States. It is known for its picturesque landscapes, with heavily forested areas and beautiful mountains. New Hampshire is bordered by Massachusetts, Vermont, Maine, and the Atlantic Ocean. The state’s capital is Concord, and its largest city is Manchester. Other well-known cities in New Hampshire include Nashua, Portsmouth, and Dover.