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What Are the Laws on Electric Scooters? What Do I Do if I Have Been Charged with an Offence on an Electric Scooter?
You are allowed to own an electric scooter- but there are limitations. You can own, rent, hire, buy and sell electric scooters. You can ride these on private land. It is not legal to ride privately owned e-scooters on public roads, cycle paths or pavements. If you ride an […]
DVLA has recently re-opened its services to non-key workers. In order to keep work load to essential items only, DVLA had previously chosen to reduce the burden by extending the validity of photocard driving licences expiring between 1st February and 31 August 2020, by a period of seven months. On […]
The most recent figures on drink drive related accidents have been released by the Department for Transport. There were 5890 accidents where the driver was found to be over the drink drive limit, an increase of 3% from the previous year. The number of accidents resulting in fatalities in 2018 […]
Are you entitled to a refund on your car insurance during the Lockdown? As is quite apparent from the Government Corona virus daily briefings and by simply taking a look outside, the amount of traffic on the roads has decreased dramatically. Some drivers have stopped using their vehicles altogether and […]