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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

(ˈskutɚz)
mod. crazy; confused. It’s days like this that make me think I’m scooters.
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In 2020, Audi expects to release its E-tron Scooter. The handle bar design encourages the use of just one hand and a sideways stance -- similar to riding a skateboard.
29, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- Drinking and driving an electric scooter doesn't mix, according to a new study.
The global Hoverboard Scooters market was valued at $XX million in 2018, and MAResearch analysts predict the global market size will reach $XX million by the end of 2028, growing at a CAGR of XX% between 2018 and 2028.
The new scooters will be priced at close to 10,000 yuan ($1,420), more than the company's traditional scooters, which it sells to scooter companies for $100-$300.
The company sold 1.6 million scooters in 2018, according to a prospectus filed in April.
"The real impact comes largely from two areas: using other vehicles to collect and redistribute the scooters; and emissions related to producing the materials and components that go into each scooter."
I actually use scooter to catch up with my friends every evening.
Neuron will join California-based Lime Scooters, which has been operating in Brisbane since November 2018.
Some reports have already dubbed the new electric scooter the 'Gogoro Assassin.' The company is now taking aim at Gogoro's dominant share of the e-scooter market.
Bresler noted a significant variation in state laws regarding motorized scooters. For example, the District of Columbia classifies motorized scooters as "personal mobility devices" that are not subject to inspection or helmet laws while a new law in New Jersey regulates electric scooters in the same way as a traditional bicycles, requiring helmets in only those under 17.
However, e-scooters need to be managed through rules and regulations, otherwise we run the risk of inner city areas being potentially littered with scooters upsetting the local street environment and potentially increasing danger to other road users, mainly pedestrians."
"If somebody is riding a bicycle, or if someone is riding a scooter, their level of awareness towards what's going on in traffic is really key to them doing well," he said.
Lime scooters are $1 to unlock and $0.15 per minute to ride.
Former Hargreaves Lansdown director and environmental investor Adam Norris has ploughed an initial [pounds sterling]10million of his own money into new electric scooter venture Pure Scooters.
Mobility scooters are a similar option, and research suggest that--like wheelchairs--they can make a big difference when it comes to maintaining your independence.