Survey: Eight out of ten Norwegians support the introduction of an age limit for using electric scooters 

Electric scootersPhoto: Gorm Kallestad / NTB
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In a new survey, 85% of Norwegians said that they support a lower age limit for the use of electric scooters. 

“With the new rules that will be introduced soon, a lower age limit will be introduced – at 12 years. 44% of the respondents in the survey believe that the limit should be 16 years,” Torbjørn Brandeggen in Tryg Forsikring stated in a press release.

The survey was conducted by YouGov on behalf of Tryg Forsikring and Trygg Trafikk.

In the survey, eight out of ten respondents supported the introduction of a blood alcohol limit for the use of electric scooters, which has been set at 0.2.

“One in four wants a blood alcohol limit of 0.5 for electric scooters. In general, we see clear dividing lines on the issue of blood alcohol content and where the limit should be. As many as 14% in Oslo said that they do not want a blood alcohol limit. In comparison, only 5% in Western Norway think that way,” Brandeggen added.

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

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