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scooters

slang Insane; mentally unstable or unhinged. Being stuck inside all day everyday—why, it's enough to make a person go scooters! I've always thought people who had so much money and free time on their hands all tended to be a bit scooters.

scooters

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mod. crazy; confused. It’s days like this that make me think I’m scooters.
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The mount inside the door also serves as a charging station, and the scooter has a range of 12 miles on a charged battery.
Dwyer was surprised by how many of the injured people had used drugs or alcohol before riding a scooter. By comparison, he said that less than a third of motor vehicle fatalities are alcohol-related.
"The pain point for scooter operators is to better maintain the scooters at a lower cost," he told Reuters.
The company sold 1.6 million scooters in 2018, according to a prospectus filed in April.
[USA], Aug 2 (ANI): People who think electric scooters or e-scooters are environmentally friendly, take note!
The marketing campaign for the IE125 describes it as 'Taiwan's first fast-charging electric motor scooter: faster, tougher, more power.' The slogan seems to many to be drawing a contrast to the very successful Gogoro brand scooters, which have been growing in popularity across the country.
Facial and head injuries from riding electric scooters have tripled over the past decade, according to a Rutgers study.
"I prefer owning my scooter because it is cheap, but I would rent if me and my friends were going somewhere and they didn't have one," he added.
Electric scooters, also referred to as e-scooters, are a burgeoning means of getting around in cities throughout the country, including Washington, D.C.
Murphy signed legislation allowing electric scooters on New Jersey roadways, Hoboken rolled out its Lime and Ojo scooter share program Monday.
Half of those we spoke to said a surface condition like a pothole or crack in the street may have contributed to their injury," according to a CDC summary of the report, which added: "A little more than a third of injured individuals said they would use a dockless electric scooter again."View the full article from Lehigh Valley Business at http://www.lvb.com/article/20190509/LVB01/190509880/scooter-hopes-ride-on-state-legisltation.
A "green" billionaire is hoping to solve the country's congestion and pollution problems with the launch of what he hopes will be Europe's biggest electric scooter company.
Mobility Scooter While a power wheelchair is a good option for somebody who needs assistance to move around inside and outside their home, mobility scooters are designed for use outside, on rougher terrain and steeper inclines that might not suit a wheelchair.