You might be wondering what the pros and cons of electric scooters are? Before purchasing an electric scooter, there are some things that are important to learn. In this blog we summarise the factors that are essential when selecting a new e-scooter. If you’re selecting a scooter for commuting, leisure or just for fun, we will help you to get it right before you buy.
Swifty Scooters is one of four British companies to be awarded funding totalling £1.1mn to support the research and development of zero emission vehicle technologies.
The UK remains one of the last territories in the world to legalise e-scooters, recently the Department for Transport have been heavily lobbied by scooter-share operators, desperate to tap into the opportunities of London, but to no avail. But why?
It’s April 2023 and the e-scooter debate is hotting up once more in the UK. As you may already know, electric scooters are yet to be permitted on the public highway in the UK. However, opinion is changing. We decided to collect our own data and find out what your opinions are about e-scooters!
There are many reasons why someone might choose a kick-scooter over an e-scooter and vice versa, and it’s not easy to decide without trying one. In fact most people assume they need electric – and its just not the case! In this blog we explore the different scenarios which influence how you make your choice.
In this blog we will summarise the rules for electric scooters in the UK. But first, there has been an announcement following the Queen’s Speech. The DfT will be creating a new vehicle class for e-scooters!
Jason and Camilla discuss the many exciting developments which occurred last year, as well as looking towards what’s happening in 2022.
Electric scooters are seen increasingly often on UK roads, but with fines being issued to some we explore what the UK law is and if we're close to change
Swifty will be submitting a report to the UK government in regards to how to introduce e-scooters to the UK safely, and we want to hear YOUR views on the topic!
The UK remains one of the last regions in the world to legalise e-scooters, but why? The Department for Transport is particularly concerned over their safety as there have been studies in the US that have revealed somewhat alarming results. But what is the cause of these injuries?
As far as I'm aware, there is no legal definition for kick-scooters and no advice on where to ride written into UK law. The purpose of this blog is...