The Police Are Accused Of Being Soft On E-Scooters

Britain’s biggest police force will no longer routinely seize e-scooters being ridden illegally on public roads. The Met will instead seize them only from repeat offenders or when needed to keep the public safe, a move that was slammed by MPs and campaigners who branded the vehicles death traps. The force has seized 3,637 privatelyContinue reading “The Police Are Accused Of Being Soft On E-Scooters”

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E-Scooters Are Legally Allowed On London’s Roads For The First Time

E scooters are legally allowed on London’s roads for the first time after the metropolis launched a rental trial, as one of the manufacturers insisted they were as safe as possible amid safety concerns. A senior Met officer has called the gizmos absolute death traps and they’ve been linked to a string of accidents, includingContinue reading “E-Scooters Are Legally Allowed On London’s Roads For The First Time”

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