Free Electric Scooter Training and Safety Clinic for Those 18-and-Older Will Be Available on Saturday, June 11, in Rockville

by MCS Staff

Residents 18-and-older who are interested in electric scooter lessons will have the opportunity to attend free clinics on Saturdays, June 4 and 11, sponsored by the Montgomery County Department of Transportation (MCDOT). Participants can take a test ride, learn safety tips and get details on basic scooter laws.

Participants must have a valid driver’s license. No registration is required to attend a clinic and walk ups are welcome. The clinics generally will last about two hours and e-scooters will be available at each site.

Those interested in e-scooters can stop in at any time during the two-hour clinics. The schedule of clinics:


Electric scooters can help bridge the “first-mile/last-mile” gap of public transportation to provide the flexibility to easily get to and from a user’s ultimate destination. Currently, Bird, Lime and Spin participate in the County’s Dockless Vehicle Pilot Program.

For more information about the e-scooter clinics, visit the website or call 240-777-8380.

Classes will be canceled for inclement weather. For cancelation information, check the website here.


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