Police in Abu Dhabi are cracking down on e-scooter riders and cyclists who don't comply with the rules.
Inspections are being stepped up following the conclusion of a two-month long awareness campaign.
The authority is highlighting the importance of using designated paths and wearing a protective helmet and a reflective jacket.
Scooters with seats are prohibited while a bicycle or e-scooter must have only one rider.
Riders must also avoid carrying any items that could affect their balance.
.@ITCAbuDhabi has reminded citizens and residents of health and safety guidelines for electric scooter use in the emirate, including the importance of completing pre-ride checks and always riding in the direction of traffic and in designated lanes. pic.twitter.com/HBEdqvF1Ep— مكتب أبوظبي الإعلامي (@admediaoffice) August 10, 2022
The electric scooter is designed to carry one person only, so do not carry another passenger with you to avoid losing your balance. pic.twitter.com/1khCvmBZs1— "ITC" مركز النقل المتكامل (@ITCAbuDhabi) July 17, 2022