Electric Scooters will soon be the new way of commuting for a lot of people as the coronavirus pandemic unfolds.
The UK government recently announced an unconditional lockdown, telling people to commute to and from work without using public transport. The government hope that the battery-powered vehicles – which can travel up to 30mph and cost between £200 and £500 – will offer an alternative to public transport.
Under UK law, most electric kick scooters are not legal for street use unless they’re properly registered. Recently, though, the government has announced it’s fast-tracking e-scooter trials, hoping to remove the current laws banning them.
There is also concerns about environmental health now, the streets are less air polluted , so the Electric Scooters could fit hand in hand. Will you be picking on up?