It is safe to say no government is perfect, which explains the reason why our governments still fall short of our expectations despite the amount of trust we put in them to always fight for what is in our best interests however it must be pointed out that most of them do try to achieve what we expect of them. On our own part, it is vital not to take everyday things for granted as there is every possibility we could lose access those things at any time. Let’s examine the eight things that were banned around the world in 2015.
The hoverboards, which is also known as scooters or swegways have gained popularity in the last two years, which was why it’s threatening popularity led the Metropolitan Police to send out a warning in October 2015 as follows: “Own one of these or thinking about getting one? They’re illegal to ride in public!”
The caution was for the purpose of initially regulating normal Segways, made up of a handlebar and are not allowed on the road either. Vehicles allowed on the road are the ones that have passed a European test requirements for those that can surpass 4mph. Scooters were therefore banned because they didn’t have the necessary approval to go on the road as confirmed by the Department for Transport which said it: “is not aware of any self-balancing scooters which have” the necessary approval.