21 January 2021 – TIER, Europe’s leading e-scooter operator, has partnered with Lazarillo, the world’s leading navigation app for the visually impaired, to offer greater protection and improve safety standards for blind and partially sighted pedestrians.The partnership is the latest of several TIER safety initiatives launched in collaboration with the visually impaired community, with the company
30 December 2020 – TIER is offering private e-scooter owners the chance to trade in their vehicles to be recycled or repurposed, in exchange for ride credit with the company. Europe’s largest operator has launched the scheme to discourage the illegal use of private e-scooters on UK roads, giving private owners the opportunity to enjoy […]
30 December 2020 – TIER is offering private e-scooter owners the chance to trade in their vehicles to be recycled or repurposed, in exchange for ride credit with the company. Europe’s largest operator has launched the scheme to discourage the illegal use of private e-scooters on UK roads, giving private owners the opportunity to enjoy
London, 15 December 2020 – Europe’s largest e-scooter operator TIER has launched a UK & Ireland Safety Board to raise the bar for safety standards across the entire e-scooter sector. The board comprises senior independent experts in road safety, Covid risk, accessibility and visual impairment, with leading figures representing Parliamentary Advisory Council on Transport Safety, UCL Centre
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