Visually and mobility impaired pedestrians are ‘most vulnerable’ in e-scooter incidents – Weightmans

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A panel of insurance industry experts discuss the safety criteria around e-scooters and vulnerable road users, as well as the use of data from the ongoing government trials

The visually and mobility impaired are among the “most vulnerable” when it comes to electric scooter (e-scooter) incidents. This is according to Kathryn Hinchey, principal associate at law firm Weightmans speaking at its recent webinar. 

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