Homologation for production, homogeneous rules, an identification plate, helmet obligation, training and insurance obligation for the more powerful ones.
Thus the president of the Automobile club of Italy (Aci) Angelo Sticchi Damiani in hearing in the Transport Committee in the Chamber, as part of the examination of the bill dedicated to the circulation of electric scooters, sets out some proposals for the text of the provision.
The first is to "equip all scooters with a homologation regime" for those who "build scooters. The logical consequence is the introduction of an identification plate to be agreed with the Ministry of Infrastructure and Sustainable Mobility". Furthermore, Sticchi proposes "the obligation to use a helmet for everyone, and the obligation of insurance on civil liability towards third parties, absolutely necessary if the scooter goes over 25 km per hour, that is, those with a nominal power exceeding 350 watts. But it would be great if there was for everyone. " Then there is the "important theme of training, also because the greatest risk is that the conductor hurts pedestrians. We must guarantee them. The course can be done in secondary schools,in universities and driving schools (where a dedicated form would be needed) with the issue of a kind of license ". Finally" the ban on parking on pavements; we need release areas that are not bulky for pedestrians ".