Industry experts raise insurance implications after first woman convicted of e-scooter drink driving

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A 20-year-old woman in Newport, Isle of Wight was found to be nearly three times over the legal limit of alcohol while driving an e-scooter, industry experts debate the insurance implications

The sales and usage of electric scooters (e-scooters) is increasing which is in turn exacerbating claims, however privately owned e-scooters remain illegal and uninsured on Britain’s roads.

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