- Fight over e-scooters washed out Otago Daily Times
- Lime scooters in Switzerland are braking suddenly by themselves Newshub
- Wet not barrier to scooter rider's Baldwin ambition Stuff.co.nz
- Lime Reportedly Pulls Glitchy E-Scooters in Switzerland Following Abrupt Braking, Injuries Gizmodo
- Lime halts scooter service in Switzerland after possible software glitch throws users off mid-ride TechCrunch
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Heavy rain in Dunedin seems to have put a dampener on a fight organised through the internet. A post on social media about Lime Scooters seems to...
Lime has hit the brakes on its operations in Switzerland, after its scooters began doing the same.
Daredevil electric scooter rider takes on world's steepest street - twice, in the wet.
E-scooters can be crazy dangerous even if they’re functioning properly, but especially if they experience glitches or design flaws that can put riders at risk. In Switzerland, an alleged Lime glitch has reportedly left electric scooter riders with serious injuries.
Just as on-demand electric scooters are trying to pick up speed in Europe, one of the scooter market’s most ambitious startups has halted operations in one country after its e-scooters started halting mid-ride, throwing off and injuring passengers. Lime, the Uber-backed bike and scooter rental company that is reportedly raising money at between a $2 […]