THINK twice about buying your kids an electric scooter as it could cause them to fall into hot water.
Although it is quite common to see electric motorcycle Now that traffic swoops along city roads, most vehicular traffic is still illegal in most parts of the country – and violators can face six fines and fines.
Wiltshire Police sent New warning for one of the best-selling gifts last December, after taking a 14-year-old boy to Salisbury Magistrates Court for using an electric vehicle despite repeated warnings from officers.
When I was underage, I didn’t have a driver’s license but my driving record was confirmed as 6 points.
He was also fined £40 and had to pay a victim surcharge of £22.
Large capacity electric motorbike can accelerate up to 40mph and must have a label on the packaging declaring they are not toys.
Although widely used by city dwellers, rental electric scooters are the only way to legally travel in public places and the use of privately owned electric scooters on public roads is still illegal. legal.
The ban on e-scooters from public use includes “roads, sidewalks, parks, town centers or promenades”.
You may not use the tram on the sidewalk. If you have your own e-scooter, you can only drive it on private land.
The police issued this warning as to why they are illegal in public: “This is because e-scooters are classified as Personal Light Electric Vehicles (PLEVs) so they are considered as motor vehicles.
“As such, if they are to be used on roads, sidewalks or public places they are subject to the same legal requirements as any motor vehicle.
“We will also require that anyone using an e-scooter legally – i.e. on private land – carefully consider their safety before doing so.”
Using a scooter on the road without a license or insurance can land you a fine of up to £300 and up to six penalty points.
All points on the provisional license will be carried over to the full license if they have not yet expired.
Inspector Myles Hilbery, of the City of London Police’s Roads Policy Unit, said: “If you use a tram in any public place in the city, whether it’s on the street, the pavement summer or other public place, you will be breaking the law and may be prosecuted.
“While we typically issue verbal warnings to first-time violators, if you continue to use your e-scooter, our agents will take different actions against you. .
“Some of the offenses include driving without a valid license and driving without insurance, which can result in fines of £300 and, if so, a penalty of up to six points on the driving license. your.
“Also, your e-scooter may also be seized.”
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