How Not to Ride a Scooter in a Turn [Video]
We're looking at the classic crash of a newbie who jumps on two wheels on a public road and has little-to-no idea at all on what steering and counter-steering are about. And this means such a rider is prone to crashing in almost any turn, even at very safe speeds.
And this is exactly why more and more states started to make new laws sanctioning the scooter riders and making road safer courses and riding exams mandatory.
We fail to see in which way such laws are discriminating, as some called them: since it's about riding a motorized vehicle on a public road, getting the proper certification is a thing everybody benefits from: state, with less money spent in case of a crash (police force, ambulance, hospital bills and so on), the other road users and the riders themselves.