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Miami Beach mulls motorized scooter rental ban during Memorial Day weekend

Miami Beach mulls motorized scooter rental ban during Memorial Day weekend



2018-05-16T12:21:22+0000

SCOOTER BAN? Miami Beach officials are considering new rules and regulations to help everyone stay safe when Memorial Day weekend arrives -- including a ban on motorized scooter rentals.

Some officials think the scooters are noisy, and especially dangerous within a big crowd.


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