E-Scooters and Other Powered Transport
We have seen an increase in the use of E-Scooters and other powered transport such as Segway's and Hoverboards.
It is illegal on a public road, in spaces that are set aside for the use by pedestrians and cyclists, including pavements and cycle lanes.
This can lead to a fine, penalty points and the e-scooter being seized.
We have had questions asked about people renting E-Scooters over areas such as Chester, this is because the Council have a local agreement where this has been legislated for.
We will be enforcing for those seen using any of the above in an anti-social manner.
We understand that there is a confusion as they are being sold in stores, but they are only to be used on private land.
Thank you for your time.
PCSO Lizzie Jolley
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Lizzie Jolley (Police, PCSO, Crewe PCSO Haslington & Rural Villages in Cheshire East)