Santa Clara County Writing New DUI Rules For Electric Scooter RidersThe city of San Jose, like many other communities, is in the middle of creating policies to regulate motorized scooters and bicycles. 
California Scraps Helmet Mandate for Motorized ScootersGov. Brown signed legislation Wednesday requiring helmets only for people under age 18 on motorized scooters.
Oakland City Council Approves Electric Scooter RegulationsThe Oakland City Council formally approved on Monday night an ordinance establishing regulations and requiring permits for shared dockless electric scooters.
Californians Could Ride Scooters Without Helmets Under BillCalifornians could ride motorized scooters without helmets under legislation headed to Gov. Jerry Brown.
Scooters Set On Fire, Thrown Into Ocean By People Fed Up With ClutterDockless scooters may be a free way to get around California, but many locals are allegedly choosing to destroy the shareable vehicles instead.
Uber Poised To Make Investment In Scooter-Rental BusinessUber is getting into the scooter-rental business.
Electric Scooter Company Bird Now Valued At $2 BillionScooter rental startup Bird Rides is now valued at $2 billion after a recent $300 million funding round, according to a source close to the matter.
Scooter Companies Clear Vehicles From San Francisco StreetsThe streets of San Francisco on Monday were mostly free of what some see as a two-wheeled nuisance with the arrival of the deadline for electric scooter companies to remove their vehicles from public roads.
Electric Scooter Riders on Bay Bridge Caught on CameraAnother black eye for one of the electric scooter companies currently under fire in San Francisco Friday when video surfaced of two people trying to ride the vehicles on the lower deck of the Bay Bridge.
San Francisco To Temporarily Remove All Electric Scooters From StreetsOfficials announced Thursday that the ubiquitous electric scooters in San Francisco will be removed from city streets in two weeks as a new permit process is implemented.
San Francisco Public Works Confiscates More E-Scooters Citing ComplaintsThe San Francisco Department of Public Works began confiscating powered dockless scooters Wednesday, for what the department says is a "flagrant disregard for the rules."