- Date: 08/03/2022
Imagine you’re out walking on a shared-use path in your city, and these vehicles blast through your periphery at 30…
The Association of Consumer Support Organisations (ACSO) has called for e-scooters to be legalised so that an insurance framework can be developed around the micromobility vehicles’ safe use on UK roads.
In point six of the plan, ACSO said that e-scooters must be insured as part of the legalisation process. It explained: “Accident data underlines the need for compulsory insurance. Failure to insure e-scooter riders risks a failure to compensate other road users for their injuries.”
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