Recent Examples of scooter from the Web
Police officers Scott Barto and Chris Heaps donned Knights of the Templar costumes for Halloween on Tuesday while patrolling the Audubon Park neighborhood on their T3 scooters.
The designer drives a scooter, loves swimming, and prefers to spend weekends with her son and husband at her cabin in the woods, which has no electricity or running water.
The program has grown in popularity in this population-dense city of 2.7 million as a foil to a transportation culture long dominated by the fast, convenient, noisy, and exhaust-spewing scooter.
And Piaggio has been building its MP3 line of scooters for over a decade now.
The company encourages city dwellers to ditch their cars and scooters for cheery orange bicycles, which can be rented for less than a dollar per ride by simply scanning a QR code on a free app.
Ryan and Karen Gravel’s kids roller skate and ride skateboards and scooters on the concrete floors in their intown Atlanta loft.
Individual settlements ranged from a $45,000 home siding project to a $15 refund on a mobility scooter rental.
Racers competed in bikejor, scooter and canicross races.
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