In San Francisco – based 18 – month Lime Company, a bright green bicycle and scooter appeared in the city of the United States and started a pilot program in Tacoma, Washington. Hui. Reason: From the other side of the country, lime While training in the Dupont district of Washington, the rider was killed today by a utility vehicle. The local fire department shared a rescue video. This video shows that adults' victims must be pulled from the vehicle's undercarriage.
This is the second known death in Dallas earlier this month, a 24 – year – old Texas man fell from a scooter he was driving and died of head trauma. .
On the other hand, given the vulnerability of runners and electronic scooters, unfortunately development is not surprising to anyone. Lime based in Los Angeles and his competitor Bird have increased use of electronic scoops and announced that their customers are now on the north of 10 million vehicles this week. At the same time, in urban cities, people on the sidewalk are considered to be illegal, as there is a risk of a fast moving runner colliding with a pedestrian and getting injured. This allows riders to share the streets of the city with the same type of huge escape machine. Indeed, due to the low unemployment rate, strong consumer confidence, the persistent love of Americans to huge cars, traditional SUV sales continued to increase.
One solution to this problem, proposed by companies of the electronic scooter and their investors, is to secure the traffic schedule of the electronic scooter. Bard officially proposes to finance new infrastructure to secure cyclists and scooter drivers.
Another possible answer is to use a helmet with an electronic scooter, but California obviously is opposed. On Wednesday, Governor Jerry Brown,
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Lime scooter rider died this morning at Washington D.C. and recorded the second death this month.
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