E-scooters: 10 reasons why you SHOULD buy one
Work better, feel better, eat better... live better. Are you an e-scooter away from greater happiness?
E-scooters: 10 reasons why you SHOULDN'T buy one
A run-in with the law, a lorry or the fashion police are among the potential downsides to consider before buying an e-scooter
The Perry Ehopper claims to be the lightest electric folding bike on the market, at 14kg
Designed for commuters and urban riders - but can it really rival a Brompton for half the price?
Airspeeder 'cars' will race at between 10 and 40 metres
Faster off the mark than a Lamborghini Huracan Evo or Ferrari 812 Superfast, and set to go racing this year - get up to speed on the future of airborne motorsport
Decathlon B’Twin Riverside Original 920 E Electric Hybrid costs just under £1000
Does Decathlon's big-selling electrically assisted bicycle defy its cheap price tag?
E-scooters, e-bikes, e-motorbikes, electric cars and more to come under the spotlight with launch of new Move Electric brand
E-scooter users must be 18 or over and have a full or provisional driving licence.
We hit London's roads to find out how to hire an e-scooter, what it costs and what it's like on an open road with a 12.5mph top speed
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