As micro-mobility sharing services have gained more traction, newer alternative modes of travel have been introduced to the market, including electric scooters. The United Kingdom hosts shared bikes but, except for a few, shared electric scooters have been nowhere to be seen on British streets. Due to their classification, electric scooters were previously illegal to ride on public roads and streets in the United Kingdom, significantly due to the fact they lack registration plates and signaling features. However, this is due to change
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