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A comprehensive guide to electric scooter regulation practices
"The purpose of this research is to help cities mitigate these issues and answer any questions related to scooter implementation with a thorough understanding of scooter regulations. This research is designed to provide cities a range of practices for scooter regulations without elevating any regulatory practice as best. Ultimately, this research can be used as a guide for cities when signing an agreement with a scooter company."
A need for regulations and policy is important in deciding who is liable upon an accident occurring.
To determine fleets sizing, cities need to establish an initial fleet size number, and then develop ways that the number can be expanded.
Cities that tighten regulations and make specification on things like where scooters can be parked, typically had greater control over their fleets and the companies.
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