Driving Exam Could Be Required for Faster E-scooters
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The KRESZ may soon be amended to regulate the use of electric scooters, writes the conservative daily Magyar Nemzet.
"We have formulated our amendment proposal, we are ready," said State Secretary for an Active Hungary Máriusz Révész.
According to the KRESZ amendment, electric scooters with a top speed of 25 kilometers per hour would be classified as bicycles, and those faster than that would be mopeds.
The draft has been completed and transferred to the Ministry of Transport headed by János Lázár, said Révész, who believes that it would be advisable to introduce the basic transport exam in primary schools.
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