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A two-wheel motorised personal vehicle which is associated with a much higher risk of injury and death than that typical of four-wheeled motor vehicles
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While the E-Scooter does fold for convenient carrying, the BMW City Scooter is made for greater convenience, built with a locking device and low footplate.
The authors pointed out that only 135 accidents over nearly two decades have involved the two-wheeled Segway, another type of electric scooter.
In an interview with Reuters, he said that the AI-driven e-scooters could lower operators' costs of maintenance and improve the economics of scooter sharing.
"I believe scooters will replace bicycles as the prime solution for micro-mobility," Gao said.
'With the Audi e-tron Scooter, we appeal to customers who are on the move in cities, sustainably and multi-modally - and for whom style and functionality are important,' says Thorsten Schrader, project manager for micro-mobility at Audi.
That means that there are two major factors that contribute to each scooter's environmental footprint.
Hopefully, there are parking lots for these scooters," said Khadija Lovai.
It first announced the new scooter's release in late June and began online advertising last Thursday (July 4).
"The United States should standardize electric scooter laws and license requirements should be considered to decrease the risky behaviors associated with motorized scooter use," said Bresler, who cited the success of such legislation in other countries.
I would prefer renting a scooter because that way I won't have to charge or maintain it.
Half of those we spoke to said a surface condition like a pothole or crack in the street may have contributed to their injury," according to a CDC summary of the report, which added: "A little more than a third of injured individuals said they would use a dockless electric scooter again."