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Dott tackles e-scooter accessibility in London

Dott is launching a “multi-pronged approach” in an effort to make e-scooters more accessible to those with disabilities. The announcement comes after Dott won a tender to take part in London’s ongoing e-scooter trial, bringing its sensor technology, rider-facing training, smart parking technology and sound detection to the UK. Sensor …

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London’s rental e-scooter trial begins

TfL, London Councils, participating boroughs and e-scooter operators Dott, Lime and Tier have today launched a trial of rental e-scooters in the capital, which will last for up to 12 months. Following the Government’s announcement to legalise rental trials of e-scooters run by local authorities, TfL and London Councils launched an …

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Dott, Lime and Tier selected for London’s e-scooter trial

London’s rental e-scooter trial will begin on 7th June in a core group of boroughs, Canary Wharf and the City of London with more areas expected to join the 12-month trial as it progresses, TfL and London Councils have announced. Operators Dott, Lime and Tier have been appointed to take part in the trial. …

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E-scooter operators launch new micromobility coalition

E-scooter operators have come together to form a new coalition, Micromobility for Europe (MMfE), which launched officially yesterday, 2nd February. Comprised of eight founding members, Bird, Bolt, Dott, FreeNow, Lime, Tier, Voi, and Wind, the coalition aims to contribute to the development of a coherent policy framework in Europe that …

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Bird suffers blow as Lime, Dott and Tier win Paris scooter permits

Lime, Dott and Tier Mobility have won permits to operate shared e-scooters throughout Paris. The announcement followed a seven-month tender process that reportedly saw 16 applicants in the race for operation in the French capital, including Voi, Wind, Spin, Comodule and Bolt. It comes as a blow to US-based Bird, …

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Dott set for UK debut following Government approval

Dott is among the first micromobility companies to be approved for UK e-scooter trials after ‘exceeding’ the necessary requirements set out by the Government. The brand’s scooters have been assessed and accepted by the DfT’s Vehicle Classification Agency, which requires a minimum of two brakes, large wheels and good lighting. …

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