Hoboken appears to be the first New Jersey municipality to give e-scooters a trial run. In a city with significant traffic and parking concerns, motorized scooters sound like a perfect mode of transportation. But, are they safe? Hudson County Attorney Anthony Carbone has already investigated the issue. “From what I understand, Nashville just banned e-scooters […]Read More
No doubt about it. Throughout the country, many people find e-scooters as a viable option for urban transportation. The decision to introduce e-scooters in Hoboken highlights the first New Jersey city to take them on. However, some find e-scooters a recipe for disaster. What do you think? The first arrest related to e-scooters in Hudson […]Read More
Posted June 3rd, 2019 by Anthony Carbone, PC.
In concept, it sounds like a fantastic idea! Traffic jams are the norm in downtown Hoboken. Meanwhile, parking resembles a matter of hunt and dive into spots. An e-scooter sure sounds like a viable solution. One problem. What happens if you’re hurt on one? Thanks to a recently signed bill, e-scooters are now permissible in […]Read More