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New Hawaii law regulates electric foot scooters

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A new state law permits scooters such as Go X to use docks on private property after a debacle with Lime in 2018 leaving scooters all over public sidewalks. A sign outside of GoGo Rentals advertises electric scooters and other modes of transportation for rental along Kuhio Avenue in Waikiki on Friday, July 9.
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A new state law permits scooters such as Go X to use docks on private property after a debacle with Lime in 2018 leaving scooters all over public sidewalks. Pictured are a couple of GO X scooters parked along Niu Street in Waikiki on Friday, July 9.
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A new state law permits scooters such as Go X to use docks on private property after a debacle with Lime in 2018 leaving scooters all over public sidewalks. A GO X scooter parked in front of the International Market Place in Waikiki on Friday, July 9.
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A new state law permits scooters such as Go X to use docks on private property after a debacle with Lime in 2018 leaving scooters all over public sidewalks. Pictured are a pair of Go X scooter riders making a turn onto Lilioukalani Avenue in Waikiki on Friday, July 9.
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A new state law permits scooters such as Go X to use docks on private property after a debacle with Lime in 2018 leaving scooters all over public sidewalks. A woman tries to activate a QR code on an unmarked scooter on the sidewalk along Kalakaua Avenue in Waikiki on Friday, July 9.
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A truck loaded with electric scooters drives off near Kuhio Beach in Waikiki on June 24.
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A new state law permits scooters such as Go X to use docks on private property after a debacle with Lime in 2018 leaving scooters all over public sidewalks. A GO X scooter is parked on a corner with mopeds in Waikiki on Friday, July 9.

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