Mark Wright flouts safety rules as he...

Mark Wright flouts safety rules as he films himself on electric scooter

Wednesday Jul 4 Read more: Daily Mail

Mark Wright flouts safety rules as he one-handedly films himself riding electric scooter without a helmet on 'dangerous' LA main road The Bird electric scooter website states that cell phones must not be used and suggests that helmets should be worn Mark also shared a picture of himself with a giant cocktail two hours before driving nine miles home, although he may not have consumed it The scooters are hired via an app and cost $1 to unlock and 15 cents per minute, thereafter, with a cap of $100 for 24 hours Bird are hoping to pass legislation so that the scooters can be driven on the sidewalk and only minors are required to wear helmets The scooters launched in Santa Monica in 2017 and have caused controversy as people are dumping them in busy areas when they have finished with them Mark Wright put his vanity ahead of safety on Tuesday when he one-handedly filmed himself driving an ... (more)

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