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  •   Home > News > Living & Travel

    A Canterbury-based e-scooter company is one of two going on trial in the Selwyn District

    A Canterbury-based e-scooter company is one of two going on trial in the Selwyn District


    The Selwyn District Council has become the first non-major centre in the country to trial e-scooters - subject to a pending bylaw.

    Councillor Craig Watson says they'll be using two brands - Lime and Lava.

    He says Lava is particularly special.

    Watson says it's a smaller company - run by a couple who live in the district.

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