Lime Suspends Electric Scooter Rentals In LA, Other Markets Due To CoronavirusElectric scooter company Lime is suspending services in Los Angeles and other parts of the world in hopes to stop the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
Scooter Companies Face $200K In Fines For E-Scooters Left Scattered After Comic-ConThe city of San Diego is imposing a $65 fine for each abandoned scooter, and companies including Bird, Lime and Lyft face paying a collective $200,000 in fees for the discarded scooters.
Driver Charged In Hit-and-Run Death Of Scooter Rider In HollywoodA Utah man was charged Tuesday in the hit-and-run death of an electric scooter rider in Hollywood Saturday morning.
Rider Beware: Lime, Bird Lawsuits Continue To Cruise In As E-Scooter Injures SoarWhile they are no doubt an eco-friendly and fun way to travel, lawsuits against scooter companies are starting to pileup.
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Bird, Lime Accused Of 'Aiding And Abetting Assault' In Class Action Injury LawsuitA group of people claiming to have been injured by e-scooters are suing several companies saying they are "aiding and abetting assault" by failing to protect the public from injury.
LA City Council Votes in Favor of Electric Scooter OrdinanceThe Los Angeles City Council kept moving forward Friday on a framework of regulations for the dockless electric scooter industry,
Santa Monica Picks Bird, Lyft, Lime, JUMP For Electric Scooter ProgramSanta Monica picked four companies for its electric scooter pilot program -- Bird, Lime, Lyft and JUMP.
Bye Bye, BIRDie: Beverly Hills Bans Electric Scooters For 6 Months, Pending RegulationThe Beverly Hills City Council on Tuesday had harsh words for electric scooter companies it said brought them into the city without permission.
West Hollywood Puts Brakes On Motorized ScootersShared scooters started popping up months ago and they caught on quickly.