James May loves his e-scooter but admits it’s not the urban mobility revolution some claim


James May has been breaking the law by riding his electric scooter on the road, on footpaths and in cycle lanes.
Decision on e-scooter legality could take up to a year

Decision on e-scooter legality could take a year


The government has been accused of failing to properly regulate the use of electric scooters.
Spin policy chief says Britain could be a world centre for e-scooters

Milton Keynes e-scooter trial hits 10,000 rides


The e-scooter trial in Milton Keynes has hit 10,000 rides in its first month, according to the city's e-scooter provider, Spin.
Coventry e-scooter trial suspended after just five days

Coventry e-scooter trial suspended after five days


Coventry has become the first UK city to suspend its trials of e-scooters, after pedestrians complained that users were misusing the vehicles.
Middlesbrough becomes testing ground for e-scooters

Middlesbrough is testing ground for e-scooters


Middlesbrough has become the first place in the country to trial the use of e-scooters on its roads.
Are motorcycles the way out of lockdown?

Are motorcycles best way to get UK moving again?


The end to lockdown has posed a number of practical problems. One of the primary concerns is how to commute while maintaining social distance.
Coronavirus could usher in age of the e-scooter

Coronavirus could usher in age of the e-scooter


New proposals might see e-scooters legalised in Britain as commuters are urged not to use public transport.
Transport Committee launches e-scooter enquiry

Transport Committee launches e-scooter enquiry


The Transport Committee is undertaking an investigation into the feasibility of allowing electric powered scooters onto the roads of Britain.