Segway G30D Electric Scooter

Electric Scooter UK Law

The public has long debated the use of Electric Scooters on roads and footpaths.  The UK law is clear under the Department of Transport Road Traffic act 1988 which deems that  ‘powered transporters’ including electric scooters are illegal for use on pavements and footpaths. Similarly, electric scooters (powered transporters) are defined as ‘a mechanically propelled vehicle intended or adapted for use …

Electric Scooter UK Trial

Electric Scooters and Kickscooters close to Government Approval in the UK

  In light of the governments announcement to accommodate safer modes of personal transport as a result of the (coronavirus) Covid-19 pandemic, we are delighted to hear Grant Shapps reveal plans to fast-track the kickscooter (e-scooter) trials on public highways and cycle paths in the UK today.  This will bring UK escooter rental trials forward from 2021 to June 2020 …

Police use Segway x2’s for Patrolling in Newquay

Over the summer months Newquay police will be patrolling the sand on Segway to help reach anyone who finds themselves in need. During July, August and September trained officers will have access to a Segway, provided free of charge by Segway UK, as an additional resource for their community policing. The Segway will primarily be used for searching for missing …