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  • The Ban On Bird and Lime Scooters: What You Need to Know
    The Ban On Bird and Lime Scooters: What You Need to Know

    They’re growing in popularity with two companies already taking over the city of Santa Monica and all throughout Los Angeles County. Bird and Lime scooters are ride-share companies that allow ...

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  • Electric Scooter Brake Lines are Being Cut
    Electric Scooter Brake Lines are Being Cut

    Cutting brake lines on Bird electric scooters is a thing. Some people who don't like Bird electric scooters are vandalizing the scooters by cutting their brake lines. This is very concerning. If a ...

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  • Injured when Electric Scooter Automatically Slowed Down? It's Called
    Injured when Electric Scooter Automatically Slowed Down? It's Called "Geo-Speed Limiting"

    Bird and Lime electric scooters recently rolled out a geo-speed limiting feature which allows the companies to instantly slow a scooter’s speed to 8 mph when the scooter enters a geo-fenced site. Upon ...

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  • What Legal Issues Exist with Bird and Lime Scooter Accidents?
    What Legal Issues Exist with Bird and Lime Scooter Accidents?

    As more and more electric scooters take to the roadways, there are also many issues regarding legality when serious accidents occur. These are still relatively new to the city of Santa Monica and Los ...

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  • Are Electric Scooters More Dangerous than Bicycles?
    Are Electric Scooters More Dangerous than Bicycles?

    Electric scooter companies like Bird and Lime claim that e-scooters are no more dangerous than bicycles. We vehemently disagree. As personal injury attorneys , we know firsthand how dangerous electric ...

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  • The Electric Scooter Helmet Problem
    The Electric Scooter Helmet Problem

    Practically no electric scooter riders wear helmets. As of January 1, 2019, adult riders of electric scooters are not required to wear helmets. Only riders under age 18 are required to wear helmets. ...

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