We are working closely with the ZIPP Scooter team to ensure the use of scooters is monitored.
We are working hard to engage and educate riders and where necessary issue penalty notices and riders being banned from using the scooters in the future. A reminder also that private e-scooters can be seized if used on public roads
We take all complaints and concerns seriously, any misuse that can be deemed an offence can be reported via 101 or 999 dependent on urgency. Comments and suggestions can go to email@example.com.
Wednesday 27th October, 2021
The misuse of the e-scooters has reduced over the past few weeks and we are seeing less people riding against the rules.
We have worked in partnership with Zipp, SWaT and Minehead Bid to introduce the new trifold Zipp signs within the town that have the usage rules on them to further educate the riders.
Any misuse continues to be acted upon by the police and Zipp mobility. Comments, reports of misuse and suggestions can be sent into firstname.lastname@example.org.
In relation to the use of the illegal private e-scooters, one has been seized due to its illegal use. The use of the private e-scooters remains illegal on public highways at this time and users can risk having theirs seized if being used illegally.
Sunday 22nd August, 2021
Since the beginning of the trial numerous tickets have been issued by officers to those using the e-scooters in an illegal manner.
We continue to engage and educate with riders around the laws of the e-scooters and provided reassurance to the community by holding 2 events in conjunction with Zipp and Somerset West and Taunton Council
We have also issued official warnings to users of private e-scooters who will have their scooters seized if seen riding the scooters again