Amsterdam-based e-bike company Dot plans to roll out services in Dublin and other Irish cities.
Last week, the government announced plans to legalize home appliances.
DOT currently operates more than 30,000 electric scooters in 16 cities in Belgium, France, Germany, Italy and Poland.
Last July it won two of the largest mobility offers in Europe in Paris and Lyon.
Henry Moisinac, CEO and co-founder of DOT, said the company had recently sent letters to EU cities recommending the implementation of mandatory safety measures and sustainability standards.
We are delighted that the Irish Government is pursuing plans to control the use of e-scooters on Irish roads, and we are pleased to have the opportunity to bring the best technology to the dot e-scooters they use. Other European capitals in Dublin and beyond, ”said Moisenak.
Safety recommendations for the use of electric scooters on Irish roads include a helmet mandatory for those aged 16 and 16-18, speeds of up to 25 kilometers per hour, fixed parking areas, and applicants’ requirement for the project. Provide comprehensive insurance to passengers.
Duncan Robertson, general manager of the UK and Ireland dot, said the company was already in talks with cities across the country.
“We want to engage with more local partners to ensure that our deployments in Ireland are as successful as ever in European capitals and cities,” he said.