Arianne asked: If people can’t ride an electric scooter that is only 10 mph on a side walk but can’t ride it on side of road either then how is it allowed that they can even be sold? Some things say you can go downtown with these things and shop. But what bothers me is who buys these things to only be able to drive it in their drive way. The things shouldn’t even be sold in the US if we will be trapped at our house with it after spending hundreds just to have a form of transportation. Where are the laws for little scooter drivers? And pathways for us? There is none my point exactly!
I believe you are referring to this post.
Your statements seem to be true. They are not legal on the roads, bike paths or sidewalks. They can be used on private property.
If you don’t agree with the laws, you should contact the people who wrote the laws, your legislators.