Germany squandered the drunken ride on the electric scooter, 254 people lost their driver’s license
During the Munich Oktoberfest, the German police arrested hundreds of people and rode electric scooters and confiscated motor vehicle driving licenses of more than 200 of them.
CNN reported on the 7th as a source of information from the German police. A total of 414 people rode electric scooters during the beer festival from September 19 to October 4, 254 of whom were exposed to excessive alcohol in their blood. Confiscation.
In June of this year, Germany approved electric scooters as legal vehicles and classified electric scooters as motor vehicles. This means that the law relating to motor vehicles applies to electric scooters, and the police's blood alcohol index for drunk driving or drunk driving is also applicable to electric scooters. This year's Oktoberfest is "strictly guarded against" electric scooters. Roadblocks around the Oktoberfest site to prevent car entry are suitable for electric scooters.
Munich City Manager Burr said: "Many people use electric scooters as toys. Unfortunately, there are too many rides on electric scooters after drinking, which poses a danger to the riders themselves and others."