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- Susan, Tampa, FL
Scooter & Bike Laws
Current laws regarding electric scooters vary from state to state, city to city and even county to county. Please contact your local law enforcement agency or the DMV for the most accurate and updated information before making a purchase.
With that being said, electric scooters are a relatively new mode of transportation and although their popularity has sky-rocketed in recent years, from a legislative point of view, they remain largely undefined.
A2B scooters legally and ethically cannot guarantee anything; however, in our experience, if you ride with common sense, exercise caution and courtesy (more information in the safety and scooters section) and wear appropriate safety equipment such as a helmet, you will most likely not run into any problems with law enforcement but rather have an enjoyable experience getting from A to B.
The Federal Law mandates all electric bikes to be legal, falling into the same class as a conventional bicycle provided they cannot go beyond 20 mph.
Of course each city, town and local municipality has different regulations for bicycles including whether they can ride on streets, bike lanes or even sidewalks.
A2B Scooters encourages you to check your local DMV or law enforcement to get the specifics on your locale. However, again as a general rule, if the electric vehicle has pedals and travels less than 20 mph, it will most likely be considered legal and regulated the same as a conventional bicycle.