Having more than one person on an electric scooter could lead to a fine of 3,000 kroner from May 18

Electric scooterPhoto: Geir Olsen / NTB
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From May 18, it will be forbidden to have more people on the same electric scooter. The fine for breaking the rule is NOK 3,000.

A press release from the Ministry of Transport introduces new rules for electric scooter drivers, including a ban on having more than one person on the vehicle.

Both the police and the Norwegian Public Roads Administration now have the opportunity to impose infringement fines. The fine is NOK 3,000.

The changes that the government announced on Friday will enter into force on May 18.

The majority in the Norwegian parliament (Storting) also supports the law that gives the municipalities more power to regulate electric scooter rentals. It is expected to be ready in June.

Source: © NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today / #NorwayTodayNews

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