In the current era, there are numerous ways to commute within a city. Of these, electric mobility is one of the most preferred options by many. E-mobility is becoming the hottest trend as people have become highly conscious of the increasing threat to the environment due to CO2 emissions and pollution. Undoubtedly, going green is not going to fade anytime soon.
When it comes to Poland, e-scooters are becoming popular as these let commuters zoom around even sans a driving licence. However, there are a few restrictions that people have to adhere to, including a maximum speed of 25km/h. As per a recent study by the Warsaw-based Insurance Guarantee Fund (IGF), nearly 10% of Poles use electric scooters. Of these, it is said that nearly 30% are teenagers.