1) Not riding in the street wouldn’t apply to America, where bike paths are in streets and streets are explicitly marked to share with bikes and other personal transport. Plus, it’s often the case that even when not explicitly marked for sharing, cars must share the street as riding on the sidewalk is explicitly prohibited just about everywhere.
2) These rules do not mention electric skateboards. I keep forgetting the different rules that apply to them and asked in Comments to be reminded of what they are.
3) Singapore’s Active Mobility Act is a good starting point for other countries and localities to familiarize themselves about the accommodations a future-oriented government should take for personal electric transport.
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