Scooter to a skate event
Transportation to a inline skating event can be challenging, time consuming, costly and polluting.
However if you have a scooter, the only question is, how to use, where to use and to keep it safe.
The following can be done on any metal structure, including bicycle racks.
“E-scooters” are not allowed to go to Toronto Island
The challenge of securing your scooter can be solved by using bicycle locks
Then you are free to skate
You can keep your backpack with the scooter too.
This is a seba skate backpack
Please note the following:
Let Toronto City Council Know Why They Should Allow E-Scooters on Toronto Streets by going here
“E-scooters” that are standing electric kick-scooters are not allowed to be operated, left, stored or parked on any public street in Toronto including bicycle lanes, cycle tracks, trails, paths, sidewalks or parks under Municipal Code Chapters 950 PDF886 PDF and 608 PDF.
- City of Toronto Municipal Code Chapter 886, Footpaths, Pedestrian Ways, Bicycle Paths, Bicycle Lanes and Cycle Tracks
- TORONTO MUNICIPAL CODE CHAPTER 608, PARKS
- CHAPTER 886, FOOTPATHS, PEDESTRIAN WAYS, BICYCLE PATHS, BICYCLE LANES AND CYCLE TRACKS
- Electric kick-style scooters (e-scooters) in Ontario
- Ontario. Reg. 389/19: PILOT PROJECT - ELECTRIC KICK-SCOOTERS
- Moving Ontarians More Safely Act, 2021
- Are Electric Scooters Legal in Toronto?
- Segway Ontario Featured in CBC Article
- Toronto votes unanimously to opt out of e-scooter pilot