Etiqueta 'Electric scooters'
Woman injured by a scooter in Palma, Mallorca

Woman injured by a scooter in Palma, Mallorca

Injuries suffered by 79-year-old Daniela.


Scooter in Palma, Mallorca

Scooter in Palma, Mallorca

Prosecutor calling for tighter controls.

Pere Bota 23/06/2021

Scooter regulations in Spain

Scooter regulations in Spain

Not allowed on pavements.

Pere Bota 14/05/2021

Defendant in court in Palma, Mallorca

Defendant in court in Palma, Mallorca

The defendant received a fine of 360 euros.



Electric scooters

“At last legislation is being brought regarding electric scooters but it is a question of better late than never...”

Jason Moore02/11/2020 09:56


Regulating electric scooters in Palma

So far this year, there have been 54 accidents involving electric scooters and similar in Palma.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter22/08/2020 14:39

Electric scooters are a common form of transport in Palma


Palma police informing users about electric scooter use

Scooters must be ridden in the correct direction and will need to meet standard requirements for brakes, lights and warning bells.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter30/10/2019 10:19

Electric scooters have become commonplace in Palma


Two week campaign to enforce electric scooter regulations

New regulations for scooters and electric scooters were introduced in June this year.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter20/10/2019 04:01



“These riders could cause serious injury to pedestrians in Palma.”

Jason Moore03/10/2019 09:52


Businesses denounce Playa de Palma underage drinking

Underage drinking, much of it stemming from 'study holidays', and electric scooters head the complaints.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter14/06/2019 19:42


Palma regulating the use of scooters and Segways

The number of Segways and electric scooters in Palma has increased significantly.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter10/09/2017 00:00


Town hall responding to Magalluf electric scooter complaints

Electric three-wheel scooters are said to be proliferating and posing risks to pedestrians.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter25/08/2017 00:00