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Wren Weatherwax Jul 22
A small rant about . Not only they are not a solution, but actively contributors to the not sustainable transport pool. 1) Battery power means more resources needed, including toxic chemicals, unlikely to be recycled. Future toxic leaks, as batteries are discarded.
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Cynical Cycle Cop 11h
1) Firstly I declare war in nobody, wrong service. I imagine most people who see these being used, see them for a brief moment. Myself and other officers see them all the time and frankly they are so dangerous, they put the user and other road users at risk.
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Tony Parrack 16h
Always flattered / surprised / pleased when I have a letter published, but truly amazed when my wife’s cousin (who is coincidentally coming around this evening) has the next door letter?
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Gregory Ang 11h
Why are illegal but not? This law is ridiculous!
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Cynical Cycle Cop 11h
Then I’m afraid we will have to agree to disagree. I’m sorry that you feel I’m not focusing on the right thing. However until the law is changed, will remain illegal unless on private land. If you feel as strongly as you appear to, might suggest speaking to your .
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Wren Weatherwax Jul 22
Replying to @wren_ata
5) finally, although acknowledge is a personal experience, all my encounters with involved them recklessly overtaking pedestrians on a shared cycling route, not bothering with cyclists either. Imagine that behaviour on a main road.
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Michael DuVall - The Existential Elevator 19h
Oh that's just wonderful, like we don't already have enough problems with people walking in the middle of the roads downtown..
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Wren Weatherwax Jul 22
Replying to @wren_ata
4) mobility friendly? So far all I've seen are fit young people (mostly men) on . If someone is not confident to ride a bike, what's the chance they'll try to balance on a scooter?
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Cynical Cycle Cop 11h
3) So if taking these off the road prevents the user or someone else from being hurt or far worse, then that is the only hard look I need. That being to see them and take the off the road.
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Kim Lorio   Best 4🇺🇸Our Time #Yang2020 Jul 17
Replying to @kim_lorio
As I said before some wheels must b larger to increase stability in all weather conditions .. there must be a new logo representative of all types of solo.self.mono transportation _not just bicycling - been saying it for a few years now !
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Anthony Barba 19h
What about ?
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MAGDOCK Jul 21
How to install MAGDOCK concrete wireless charging for 🛴 - 10 examples
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Jeff@ModzGarage Jul 19
“The State of passed legislation defining and regulating the use of under the same traffic laws as [...] as well as look at other regulatory best practices from other cities to improve safety for riders, pedestrians, and vehicles.”
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Tim Moore 16h
how many london knife crimes could these officers have prevented instead of hassling commuters on eScooters? I counted 6 of you whilst you were being fluffed for your bit to camera.....
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Earth Accounting 14h
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Alana JP Andrade Jul 20
Please be careful on My new Harry Potter scar thanks you in advanced
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Wolfgang - At Big White, BC 🏔🇨🇦 Jul 14
YouTube star’s death renews concerns about ’ safety
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SWAGTRON® 6h
Can go uphill? You tell me 😉
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Little Ninja UK Jul 14
Replying to @broadbent_craig
How big must scooter wheels be to be safe? Strange that cannot be used on lanes yet there are no laws to prevent normal scooters (without motors) being used on roads, going as fast as the user wishes with just a deck/foot brake. 🤔
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Little Ninja UK Jul 5
"This more active lifestyle means less obesity, and road danger and greater sociability as people meet their neighbours on their way to work." Electric travel is the answer but not cars. &
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