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Torrevieja Police Continue E-scooters Clampdown

The Local Police of Torrevieja continues with its informative, training and prevention work regarding personal mobility vehicles, such as the so-called e-scooters. In recent weeks, several interventions have been carried out through controls in different locations, in which it has been detected that many young people who are not of the legal age are driving …

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Torrevieja Local Police Commence E-Scooter Clampdown

Following on from the start of their awareness campaign about the use of e-scooters, Torrevieja Local Police have started an enforcement campaign to clampdown on their dangerous misuse. On Monday, several units of the Torrevieja Local Police carried out several checks on e-scooters, Personal Mobility Vehicles by classification, in different avenues and streets of the …

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Reminder: E-scooters Will Require Certification from This Month

Christmas is over and the January sales have started in Spain, but one thing to be aware of, which we have spoken about before, is that from this month, personal mobility vehicles (VMP), a classification which includes the popular electric scooters, or e-scooters, must be certified. According to the new rule to be implemented this …

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New E-scooters Require Certification from January

Personal mobility vehicles (VMP), including the popular electric scooters, or e-scooters, that are sold from January 22, 2024, must have a certificate that they are safe (for the driver and the rest of the user) and that they offer minimum guarantees of quality and durability. Those sold until that date and that do not have …

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Using a VMP for Commercial Purposes

Personal Mobility Vehicles (VMP) are designed for personal use, although there is a separate definition for those used for commercial purposes. What this means, in the most basic form, is that if you are a gig worker, say delivering food, you are not permitted to use an e-scooter designed for personal use. You will have …

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