E-Scooters legal on UK roads – instead of cars
Riders can now drive e-scooters legally on roads in the UK. This is to ease public transport pressure during the coronavirus crisis. The Department for Transport says the e-scooters will be hired from firms and a drivers licence is required. Reporter Alex Iszatt examines the rules that apply to riding on the road.
Transport Committee of MPs recommend E-scooters be legalised on roads but riding on pavements should be prohibited. Currently, privately-owned e-scooters are banned to use in the UK anywhere except on private land.
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It is now legal to ride e-scooters on the road with some rules https://t.co/6dINa6PDSH it’s not all about having fun #electricscooter #escooter #RoadSafety #environment #coronavirus @AlexonTV pic.twitter.com/F4Ni44DELY
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