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I rode electric scooters from Bird, Uber, Lyft, and Lime. Lyft was by far my favorite brand, but there were 2 I’d never ride again.
During a week in Los Angeles, I rode e-scooters from Bird, Uber, Lyft, and Lime to compare the riding experiences. Here's how they stacked up.
Electric scooter injuries among millennials in cities more than doubled in a single year, new study finds
In 2017, just over 2,000 people aged 18 to 34 were injured on electric scooters. By 2018, that number jumped to over 5,300.
I rode an electric scooter from every company operating in LA, and saw exactly why American cities aren’t ready for them
I rode electric scooters for the first time in Los Angeles. But even though riding them was freeing and fun, it was undeniably dangerous.
Scooters, self-driving cars, and bots: San Francisco is finally launching an office to regulate new tech before it enters public areas
The city's new Office of Emerging Technology comes after electric scooters, ride-sharing cars, and delivery robots have surfaced in the city.
Electric scooters are a great mode of transportation. These are the best electric scooters that you can buy.
Mercedes-Benz didn't give much detail about the new scooter, but said it would go on sale in 'early 2020.'
$2.4 billion scooter startup Lime is raising more money, and its next check could come from SoftBank
The green and white scooter startup Lime is looking to raise another mega-funding round just months after announcing its $300 million series D.
Emily Hartridge made videos about fitness and mental health, and her most popular video had 24 million views.
Scooter startup Bird just acquired rival Scoot, one of the two companies that beat out Uber and Lyft to operate in San Francisco
Bird has acquired rival Scoot, the two companies announced on Wednesday. Scoot was one of two firms allowed to rent scooters in San Francisco.
Bird celebrates after Britain signals it is ready to trash a 184-year-old law banning electric scooters
The electric scooter-sharing firm Bird has welcomed a UK government review which could see the vehicles allowed on British roads.