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Private e-scooters banned from TfL network due to fire risks 

Private-use e-scooters have been banned from London’s transport network due to concerns over fire risks.  Transport for London (TfL), the authority responsible for much of London’s public transport, has announced that all privately-owned e-scooters and e-unicycles are banned from Monday, 13th December. The decision has been made because of safety …

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Bolt unveils new safety measures to stop tandem and drunk riding

Shared scooter provider Bolt has unveiled new safety measures designed to cut down on drunk and tandem riding.  The Estonia-based micromobility brand claims to be the first to introduce new safety measures that will automatically identify and discourage dangerous riding.  Bolt scooters, available in 45 countries in Europe and Africa, …

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New shared Pashley e-bikes unveiled in West Midlands

A new shared e-bike scheme has just launched in the West Midlands, as 150 docked machines have just been installed across the region.  The unique green and purple e-bikes have been built by iconic manufacturer Pashley and are now available in Birmingham, Coventry, Sandwell, Solihull, Stourbridge, Sutton Coldfield, Walsall and …

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