Electric scooters will be disabled as soon as they step onto the sidewalk to help stop anti-social behavior.
Electric scooters that use sensors to cut off the power when entering restricted areas such as trails and shopping malls have been approved for use in Britain.
The technology will deactivate the scooter within a second of leaving a road, cycle path or private lot where the devices are legally permitted.
Link, a US supplier of electric scooters, has announced plans to introduce the system in Britain. He offers to rent scooters through two projects initially, one in London and the other covering Portsmouth, Southampton and the Isle of Wight.
The one-second stop is considered the fastest of its kind. They say it takes up to 30 seconds to