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You wouldn’t let your child drive your car, so don’t be tempted to rent out an e-scooter on their behalf

 
It’s easy to see why rental e-scooters can appeal to children and younger teenagers, however regulations around hiring them are there to keep young people and other road users safe. E-scooters are categorised as motor vehicles so to rent a Voi e-scooter, riders must be at least 18 years old and hold a provisional or full driving licence.
Hiring an e-scooter on someone else’s behalf could cost you your driving licence or points on your licence, plus you could lose your facebook.com/voiscooters/?__cft__[0]=AZUmaJXbEkW2y8IpFafY87a_8H-k7YIqI9rtYcFgLcRzcSHfUvrYLJHQOUbmWS2yN6zQNf9NBkAzNuyTyiSaGWIgM29cYVLi2r7uOTSVrbuLF1mh6GuWT6frwvGEBatrSHzvWFyO4iyfZo25N6DDhrqA6MoYbXze_QGy8ITCJMlv6AivZn45Sh6dkqclme6iqCDOWIg5ouaONrdfkMgzUtd0&__tn__=kK-R">Voi Scooters account. More importantly your child or another road user could get injured.
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