French capital has been flooded with over 20,000 ‘e-scooters’ with few regulations or controls
Paris is cracking down on electric scooters after an anarchic year in which startups flooded the city’s streets with their vehicles.
The French capital has 12 free-floating scooter operators, more than the entire United States, according to a study released Thursday, and about 20,000 of the two-wheeled vehicles. Broken scooters end up in some of the city’s famed gardens or are even tossed over bridges...
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