Snurre Posted October 14, 2016 Share Posted October 14, 2016 I found this in today's newspaper and thought it may be of interest (my translation from Swedish): "0.196% (196 mg/dL) blood alcohol was the measured level of a 33 year old who was stopped by police when driving a stand-up wheel (Segway) in Oslo 2014. The supreme court in Norway is deciding if it is illegal to drive stand-up wheels under influence of alcohol. The question is whether a stand-up wheel should be considered a motor vehicle." It seems a bit over the edge to me unless he was being reckless. To be fair, this could just as well have happened in Sweden. (Screenshot of original article here) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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