Much of what has been said in Parliament this week about e-scooters and shared bicycles centred on regulating riders.
New rules and regulations will be introduced, largely to deter users of these mobility devices from behaving badly and hurting pedestrians. But little has been said about what pedestrians must do to preserve life and limb.
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