Are Electric Scooters Legal in Charlotte?

https://charlottenc.gov/Transportation/Programs/Pages/EScooterSharePilotProgram.aspx
Sidewalk riding is allowed except in the area of Uptown bound by Church St., Stonewall St., College St., and 7th St. When riding on sidewalks, be visible, courteous and yield to pedestrians at all times.
Share the sidewalks with everyone. Always yield to pedestrians when using the sidewalk. Pedestrians have the right of way. Always ride slowly or stop as you approach pedestrians.
Reckless riding is dangerous for everyone. Always be considerate and park your e-scooter upright and DO NOT BLOCK THE SIDEWALK. Curb ramps, building entrances and bus/transit stops are off limits. Always be patient when you encounter others, and remember, a few extra seconds is all it takes.
 No person under the age of 16 shall use, operate or be a passenger on a bicycle, electric assisted bicycle, inline skates, roller skates, skateboard, or scooter on a public roadway, public bicycle path or other public right-of-way unless the person wears a protective helmet of good fit, fastened securely upon the head with the straps of the helmet. (b) No person under the age of 16 shall operate an electric standup scooter on a public roadway, public bicycle path or other public right-of-way unless the person wears a protective helmet of good fit, fastened securely upon the head with the straps of the helmet. 


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