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How to Travel Using an E-Bike or Scooter

Curious about those electric bikes, scooters and mopeds scattered across city centers these days? There’s been an explosion of electric vehicles-for-hire in cities worldwide, providing alternatives to public transport for getting around town.

These app-based options — most with one-word names like Lime and Bird — are largely designed to support locals in their day-to-day travels, but hopping on the e-transit wagon can be seamless for visitors, too.

The rapid adoption of these vehicles hasn’t been without issue. Two years ago, three companies in San Francisco dumped 2,000 scooters on the city sidewalks with neither permits nor

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