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17 Jun 2021

The Disability Confident scheme supports employers with the tools to make the most of the talents disabled people can bring to the workplace.

17 Jun 2021

Join the Secretary of State for the Department for BEIS, Rt Hon Kwasi Kwarteng MP, for the next in a seriesof live panel discussions on 23rd June at 10:30 AM

16 Jun 2021

The Bank of England have released details about the new polymer £50 note featuring the mathematician Alan Turing.

16 Jun 2021

Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is an extra layer of protection for your account login credentials and business data.

15 Jun 2021

Rishi Sunak has rejected business demands for an extension of the furlough scheme and business rates relief, despite a four-week delay in the easing of Covid-19 restrictions now set for 19 July.

12 Jun 2021

Hubtiger, the software developed for bike shops has launched its latest feature to help increase income of the bike shops.

10 Jun 2021

During the Maybe* Masterclass you'll discover each month which Bike shops have had the most social media engagement and why. but we want to find a time that suits you the best. Let us know...

10 Jun 2021

The FCA have announced that they have extended the deadline for implementing Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) for e-commerce transactions to 14 March 2022.

10 Jun 2021

The HomeOffice has asked businesses to take part in the Commercial Victimisation Survey (CVS)- an important survey on the nature, extent and cost of crimes against businesses in England and...

10 Jun 2021

Maybe* has profiled the social media performance of the ACT Gold and Silver members to compile the top 10 by social media performance

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Government confirms e-scooters will be legalised in 2021

Posted on in Business News , Cycles News

e-scootersWork has now commenced on drafting legislation to legalise e-scooters, which will be in place in 2021.

Eamon Ryan, the transport minister, confirmed that e-scooters will be legalised next year without localised trials.

It is currently illegal for electric scooters to be used on public roads. E-scooters count as mechanically propelled vehicles which must be taxed, insured and driven only with a licence. However, it is not possible to get a licence, tax or insure them, effectively making them unlawful.

In August last year, a report commissioned by the Road Safety Authority concluded that e-scooters should be legalised.

More details about the legislation will follow. Read the ACT's stance on e-scooters, including safety and the implications they have for IBDs, here.


 


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