West Lothian crime: Man, 43, caught riding an electric scooter with his 10-year-old son as passenger in Livingston
Police in Livingston have reported a 43-year-old man for endangering a child while riding an electric scooter.
Officers from Livingston Road Police caught the man riding an electric scooter on Howden South Road, with his 10-year-old son as a passenger.
Police have reported him for dangerous transportation of a child causing them to be exposed to unnecessary risk and harm.
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The man had no licence and no insurance for the vehicle, so was also reported for this.
In Scotland, it is illegal to ride a privately owned electric scooter in any public place - including roads, pavements, parks, and town centres. The only place they can be used is on private land with the agreement of the land owner.