DO YOU HAVE ELECTRIC SKATEBOARD? THIS IS HOW THE NEW REGULATIONS OF THE DGT AFFECT YOU
From this January 2, scooters can circulate at a maximum of 25 km / h and cannot go on the sidewalks or in pedestrian areas.
Vehicles with one or more wheels equipped with a single seat and powered exclusively by electric motors, such as scooters and segways, whose maximum speed is between 6 and 25 km / h, are regulated.
It is not possible to circulate with scooters on the sidewalks and pedestrian areas, nor on interurban roads, crossings and highways and highways that pass through towns. Neither through urban tunnels.
Scooters have to comply with traffic regulations like other vehicles, so drivers can be subjected to the breathalyzer test and headphones cannot be used. Nor can they circulate using a mobile phone.
A SINGLE SEAT
Emphasize the "single seat" consideration of scooters, which means precisely that, that they are vehicles for one person, two people cannot ride. The movement of two people on the same scooter is punishable by a 100 euro fine (article 9.1.5.E of the RGC).