They’re not being ridden by specters but instead remotely controlled by human operators working for a new e-scooter engineering corporation called Tortoise that wants to acquire accusing and repositioning the micromobility maneuvers a little easier.
Shared bike and e-scooter programs regard a lot of promise–they could get city inhabitants out of their cars and into the groove of adopting emissions-free transportation. But that’s not going to happen if the resentment against scooters–critics say they clutter sidewalks, clog and endanger walkers, and are just plain annoying–continues. It’s also not happening if scooter riders can’t locate a scooter when they need one most. You can’t substitute a scooter for your auto if there isn’t a scooter anywhere nearby when you need it.
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