Tourists traveling in Europe are increasingly renting convenient Kick Electric scooters. Whether in Vienna, Barcelona, Rome or Paris, European regulations for Kick Electric scooters on the road are different in Vienna, Barcelona, Rome or Paris. Tourists must understand the local regulations in advance to avoid unnecessary disputes.
Kick Electric scooters are one of the streetscapes of European metropolises and are mainly used for shared rentals. There are also many problems in daily use, such as violation of traffic rules, reckless driving, random parking, and sometimes collisions with pedestrians, causing serious accidents.
Peter Kling, an attorney for the German Automobile Club, said the problems caused by electric motorcycles are similar all over the world. Compared with Europe, each country has different solutions.
Kick Electric scooters are almost everywhere in Europe. There are exceptions, such as the Netherlands. In the Netherlands, an Kick Electric scooter is similar to a light motorcycle, so it needs a driver's seat.
Kick Electric scooters are almost everywhere in Europe. There are exceptions, such as the Netherlands. In the Netherlands, an Kick Electric scooter is similar to a light motorcycle, so it needs a driver's seat. As we all know, the Kick Electric scooter is driven standing up, so it does not comply with Dutch traffic rules and cannot be driven on the road.
Only Germany and France have compulsory insurance. Until now, helmets only had to be used in Portugal. In most countries and regions, Kick Electric scooters are allowed to ride on sidewalks and pedestrian areas. If you take an Kick Electric scooter with you when you travel, you should know the country's regulations in advance. If it is not allowed in France, scooters with a German license are not allowed.