Buy or rent e-scooters?

E-scooters have become much loved and loathed by many people in recent times. The year 2019 brought a new lease of life to the technology with the much-anticipated launch of Lime electric scooters and an incredible growth spurt of private purchases from local retailers around the country.

Although it is likely that the Corona virus pandemic will increase demand due to social distancing requirements and health concerns, many citizens and residents of the UK still consider electric scooters to be a problem domain rather than a solution.

While government regulations remain incoherent at best, a lot of people believe e-scooters are a scourge and negative influence in many cities across the country. To this end, this article lays out a comprehensive list of valid concerns and potential citizen-driven solutions that might minimise the technology’s negative aspects and maximise its many obvious benefits.  


Electric Scooters Safety Tips

As concerns around the Coronavirus continue to decline in London due to aggressive measures taken across the country to flatten the curve, many londeners are craving a return to normalcy.

Over the last year, e-scooters have become a common sight in many parts of the country. Due to the incredibly high rate of adoption, accidents involving e-scooters, motorists and pedestrians have become common and as a result, steps are been taken to regulate their use.

Although e-scooters are incredibly convenient, save you time and money on gas and car maintenance costs, none of the regional governments have laid down a coherent body of laws or the necessary infrastructural adjustments to safely accommodate this incredible technology.

While the governments of other countries have responded to the boom by outrightly banning e-scooters, regional leaders in the UK are conscious of how e-scooters can positively decongest many big cities and are more focused on regulation as a result. The section below is a comprehensive guide to personal safety the next time you decide to get around town on an e-scooter.