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  •   Home > News > National > Dunedin

    A woman who's still in hospital a month on from a Lime scooter crash in Dunedin, has now been told she won't be fined by the company after all

    A woman who's still in hospital a month on from a Lime scooter crash in Dunedin, has now been told she won't be fined by the company after all


    Renee Whitehouse was riding one of the e-scooters home from work early on January 18th when she collided with a truck.

    Lime had told her she'd be charged a $100 penalty fee for the crash...on top of the $39.10 it had billed her for the ride.

    But now it's saying sorry.

    In an email Lime has instead offered a refund, saying it cares deeply for riders and wants to ensure a safe experience.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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