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Eldorado

Electric Scooters return to streets of SF

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Electric rental scooters returned to the streets of San Francisco Monday as part of a 12-month pilot program, just months after city officials outlawed them due to complaints from pedestrians.

Scooter startups Skip and Scoot said they would deliver 625 scooters Monday, for which customers can pay $1 to unlock the vehicles and ride them for 15 cents per minute.

While some investors spent millions betting on the popularity of the rental scooters, some pedestrians complained earlier this year about sharing the sidewalks.

Full article: https://www.breitbart.com/news/electric-rental-scooters-return-to-sf-streets-after-judge-denies-challenge/

Sidewalks are dangerous enough already!

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aztek

as usual, CA does what feels good, reality and real world consequences do not matter.

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1 hour ago, Eldorado said:

Electric rental scooters returned to the streets of San Francisco Monday as part of a 12-month pilot program, just months after city officials outlawed them due to complaints from pedestrians.

Scooter startups Skip and Scoot said they would deliver 625 scooters Monday, for which customers can pay $1 to unlock the vehicles and ride them for 15 cents per minute.

While some investors spent millions betting on the popularity of the rental scooters, some pedestrians complained earlier this year about sharing the sidewalks.

Full article: https://www.breitbart.com/news/electric-rental-scooters-return-to-sf-streets-after-judge-denies-challenge/

Sidewalks are dangerous enough already!

Yeah, especially when the scooters spin out on piles of feces :( 

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