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Police warning about illegal e-scooters after complaints across Rushcliffe

Police in the borough remind residents about the illegal use of e-scooters.

Rushcliffe Police said:

‘Following a number of recent complaints across the region owners of e-scooters are being reminded that it is currently against the law to ride a privately owned e-scooter on a public road or pavement and should only be used on private land for which the user has permission to ride.

‘The below poster regarding the use of e-scooters is being put in public places across the region and following this any person stopped by an officer could result in a warning being issued and should a user of an e-scooter be stopped for a second time then this could result in seizure of the e-scooter under Section 165 Road Traffic Act 1988.’

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