When you watch the video, your first impression may be: "Sweet. Very nice".
But, here's the thing...
The ambient light is very good in this example. Lots of street lights, car lights, shop window lights, etc.
So what you're seeing is the cameras good low light performance in 'day' mode. To do this, they lower the exposure time to probably 1/15 sec., but definitely lower than 1/60th. This is obvious when the scooters drive by, so there is no way you'll be able to grab a license plate with those shutter speeds.
In 'night' mode, they may have 'adaptive' lighting which helps not blow out details, but don't expect consistent results, as the adaptive process takes a second or 2, by which time, the vehicle is out of frame, or far enough away that the detail is gone.