ZEUS legalise E-scooter Ireland - techbuzzireland

ZEUS, a leading Irish mobility company, welcomes the recent signing of the Irish Road Traffic and Roads Bill by President Higgins. The legislation, set to be enacted in the coming months, represents a significant milestone towards promoting sustainable transportation options in Ireland. 

The introduction of this law signifies the recognition by the Irish government of the importance of embracing innovative and eco-friendly mobility solutions. ZEUS is excited to contribute to the development of sustainable transport schemes in collaboration with cities and towns across Ireland. 

“We commend the Irish government for taking this long-awaited and forward-thinking step in legalising electric scooter use,” said Damian Young, CEO of ZEUS. “We are eager to partner with towns and cities in Ireland to build efficient and eco-friendly transportation networks that enhance connectivity and offer residents and visitors a convenient and sustainable way to move around”. 

The Carlow-headquartered company has a proven track record in providing shared electric scooter services that prioritise safety, accessibility and environmental sustainability. As Ireland’s only homegrown scooter company with extensive experience in numerous cities worldwide, the company is well-prepared to adapt its successful model to the Irish market. 

“ZEUS’ mission has always been to transform urban mobility and make cities more liveable,” added Damian Young. “We believe that electric scooters can play a crucial role in achieving these goals, and we are excited to be part of Ireland’s journey towards a greener and more connected future”. 

ZEUS’ unique three-wheeled e-scooter has many advantages over conventional two-wheel models. The three-wheel innovation is more appealing to a wider range of users, including a broader demographic in age and gender and those with disabilities, while helping prevent misuse and minimise dangerous driving. 

As ZEUS looks ahead to the implementation of the new law, the company is committed to working closely with local authorities, community stakeholders and city planners to ensure responsible and well-integrated operations. The company’s objective is to contribute to reducing congestion, improving air quality and enhancing the overall quality of life for people in Ireland. 

ZEUS is actively preparing for the launch of its electric scooter sharing service in Ireland, with plans to deploy a fleet of reliable, high-quality scooters that adhere to the highest safety standards. The company is committed to fostering a culture of responsible riding and has implemented various measures, including rider education initiatives and innovative safety features, to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for all users. 

By Jim O Brien/CEO

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