TALLINN - The Estonian Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications on Tuesday gave an overview to the government's traffic committee of the handling of a bill concerning electric scooters.
Minister of Economic Affairs and Infrastructure Taavi Aas said that regulating the use of electric scooters is necessary foremost to help promote general traffic safety and culture. "Last summer, electric scooters emerged relatively unexpectedly onto the traffic scene. In the meantime, there has been an in-depth public debate and we have reached the initial solution we want...
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