Scooter Safety Advise

Adult electric scooters or shared electric e-scooters are usually located in cities as well as on college campuses throughout the US and could move up to 15mph. Similar to bike shares, you could get a hold of it by unlocking it with an phone app, and leaving it in your destination. However, although this mode of transportation is found to be convenient, injuries caused by the use of e-scooter have increased. The most usual injuries related to e-scooter are cuts, fractures, as well as head injuries, wherein a number of these injuries are serious. The American Academy of Pediatrics or AAP highly advises that children under 16 years of age shouldn’t be allowed to operate or ride on motor-powered scooters or e-scooters. Gear up – Wear a Helmet Compared with bicycles, any type of scooter poses a similar danger of injury to the head. Wearing a protective helmet is the best approach to avoid such serious injuries; however utilization of this protective gear is...
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