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14:08

Local

Electric scooters are to be banned from pavements under new regulations in Malaga city

IGNACIO LILLO

New regulations expected to be passed in October should offer better control on where rented electric scooters can be used and parked in Malaga city. Once the regulations are enforced, scooter-users will be confined to cycle lanes and the road, ... as, under the new legislation, scooters will fall under the category of vehicles. This will mark a distinct change from the current situation, where scooters can still travel at a maximum of 10km/h along the pavement. The new speed allowed under the

20:04

Local

Marbella council initiates clamp down on use of electric scooters

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

The council in Marbella is continuing its attempts to create an electric-scooter-free resort, and set it apart from competitor towns on the Costa. This week, the town hall has sent out a temporary order on where scooters can be used with a view to ... a full bylaw being approved in September. The order makes it clear that these types of vehicles cannot be used on pavements, roads, hard shoulders, parks or squares. Electric scooters or similar can only be used on cycle lanes, paths used by bikes, ... maximum speed permitted is 10 km/h, covering anything with up to 250 watts power. This also includes segways and hoverboards. Above 250 watts, vehicles have to have a registration plate. Children's scooters, going up to 6 km/h, are excluded however and

19:12

Local

Electric scooters rounded up in Malaga as new regulations controlling their use come into force

IGNACIO LILLO

The Local Police, in collaboration with the traffic enforcement authorities, removed 27 electric scooters belonging to four different companies from the streets of Malaga's historic centre on Wednesday morning. This came a day after a municipal ... many of these scooters were being left on pavements, blocking entrances to buildings, crossings and making access difficult for those with limited mobility. This new edict (as well as the provision of 29 official parking spaces throughout the city ... centre, on the seafront and in areas of frequent use such as Teatinos and Huelin) has received the support of the companies renting out the scooters, though the speed with which it was pushed through took many by surprise. Clara Vallvé, director of Bird

12:28

Local

Final preparations are in full swing for the start of Malaga's famous August fair next week

LUCY NEWBY / SUR

Thursday at 12pm. The rules include wearing adequate clothing and restrictions on the use of electric scooters in the centre. The clothing rule means fair-goers must cover their torsos throughout the centre during the busy fair period, with the mayor ... centre, with some even handing out tshirts. Also included in the regulations are electric scooters, which the mayor banned from being parked in the centre in April. There will also be restricted parking areas in the centre during the festivities with

12:34

Local

The Three Kings bring joy to the Costa del Sol

Daryl Finch

...emblematic monuments. The most eyecatching, however, was in Fuengirola where the Kings arrived by helicopter. In Marbella the next day, the seafront was packed with children taking their new toys for a spin, with bicycles, hoverboards and scooters

19:24

Travel

The Directory: The Balearics

Andrew Forbes

...the hotel, it's a short walk to the upscale and lively marina of Puerto Portals - ideal if you're looking to eat out or just have a drink and people-watch. Hotel guests can rent OD electric scooters to reach the beaches of Palma Nova and picturesque

12:50

LifeStyle

Mods and rockers unite to raise funds for Cudeca

Tony Bryant

Lambretta scooters. The event hosted popular local artists such as Rob Sas, Debra Stacey and DJ Steve Goodey. There was also a dazzling fire dancing display performed by Harley Drops and a special appearance by former Krankies star, Susan Mohr. Hosted