E-scooter legal limbo set to continue

They’re sold as a fun and eco-friendly way to get-around but e-scooters are illegal if they are used on public roads and they have been involved in fatal traffic collisions. So why are they on the streets? Chris Smith takes an in depth look at the legal and operational difficulties for proper enforcement

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