UK news E-scooters allowed on Britain's roads from Saturday last news

MetiNews.Com - E-scooters will be allowed on Britain’s roads from this Saturday, the Department for Transport has announced. New regulations enabling trials of rental e-scooters will come into force on Saturday and the first schemes are expected to be launched next week, Transport Minister Rachel Maclean said. The trials are being held for 12 months to assess whether the devices reduce motor

UK news E-scooters allowed on Britain's roads from Saturday last news

MetiNews.Com - E-scooters will be allowed on Britain’s roads from this Saturday, the Department for Transport has announced. New regulations enabling trials of rental e-scooters will come into force on Saturday and the first schemes are expected to be launched next week, Transport Minister Rachel Maclean said. The trials are being held for 12 months to assess whether the devices reduce motor

UK news  E-scooters allowed on Britain's roads from Saturday last news
30 June 2020 - 17:40

Breaking News ! E-scooters will be allowed on Britain’s roads from this Saturday, the Department for Transport has announced. New regulations enabling trials of rental e-scooters will come into force on Saturday and the first schemes are expected to be launched next week, Transport Minister Rachel Maclean said.

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UK news E-scooters allowed on Britain's roads from Saturday last news


UK news E-scooters allowed on Britain's roads from Saturday last news


UK news E-scooters allowed on Britain's roads from Saturday last news


UK news E-scooters allowed on Britain's roads from Saturday last news

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