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Oslo police conducted another blood alcohol check for electric scooter riders. As a result of this operation, eight reports and two driver’s licenses were seized.

The test was conducted at the Hausmanns Gate on Saturday, the day after a similar test at Akershusstranda.

“Two people have had their driver’s licenses confiscated. If they had a driver’s license, two more would have been confiscated,” said Operations Manager Vidar Pedersen.

On June 15th, new rules for electric scooters were introduced, including blood alcohol restrictions. Electric scooters have been reclassified from bicycles to automobiles. Therefore, if you drive an electric scooter while you are drunk, you may lose your driver’s license.

Currently, the general blood alcohol limit of 0.2 per per mill also applies to the driving of affected small electric vehicles.

Police in the capital and other parts of the country have announced several checks to enforce the new regulations.

In the heart of Molde, a man in his twenties was confiscated for his driver’s license for riding an electric scooter drunk on Sunday.

Source: © NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today / #NorwayTodayNews

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