Are electric scooters legal in the UK? Everything you need to know

Are electric scooters legal in the UK? The short answer is no – for now. Although you can legally sell, buy and own e-scooters, it’s currently against the law to ride them on public roads or footpaths. You could ride one on private land with the landowner’s permission, or in an area conducting a trial (more on that later), but the law is otherwise quite clear: no e-scooting allowed. If you’re stopped by police, you could receive a £300 fixed penalty notice, plus six points on your driving license – and although it might seem surprising considering how many e-scooters you see in a typical city, that does happen. Last… Read More

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5 big things we’ve still got left to learn about the Samsung Galaxy Note 20

The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 is one of the most highly anticipated phones left to come this year – arguably second only to the iPhone 12. That high status has inevitably meant it’s been extensively leaked, but while we have a good idea about many aspects of the upcoming handset, there are still a number of things that we don’t know. With that in mind we’ve created this article, highlighting five of the biggest things that remain unknown or unclear at the time of writing, including the price, chipset, and more. They’re things that either haven’t been leaked at all, or are subject to conflicting leaks, leaving us unsure of… Read More

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