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Admin Reporter- Pooja

Jun 18 2019


Electric Scooters Are on the Rise... So Are These Injuries

Motorized scooters are becoming more popular in major cities across the United States.You can pick them up spontaneously on the street and drop them off wherever you like. They’re battery-powered with no emissions and are a cost-effective means of transportation

 

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But these scooters don’t come with their own helmet, and some people may be going for a ride in a city or area they’re unfamiliar with.This new transportation fad comes with a potential health and financial risk, as more people are getting injured after going for a ride.New research has shown that the number of face and head injuries from riding electric scooters has tripled over the past decade, according to a new study by Rutgers University.

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