DUI on a Scooter?

Written by Reynolds Defense Firm

On August 20, 2018

We all know it is illegal to drive a vehicle while intoxicated, but you may not know how broad the definition of ‘vehicle’ can be. Over the years I’ve seen folks charged with a DUI while driving cars and trucks, motorcycles and boats, tractors, lawnmowers, four-wheelers, and bicycles. Yes, bicycles – and the list may expand – according to ODOT at least, you could also get a DUI while on a Segway, an electric bike or even on one of the little electric powered scooters for rent throughout Portland.

I have to say that those scooters look like fun. And if they look like fun sober, you can imagine their draw after a few drinks. So, heads up on the scooter-based DUI, because I truly don’t want you to ever need Reynold Defense Firm’s help to start with.

And, with that said, if you or someone you believe in is arrested for a DUI, please contact Reynolds Defense Firm right away. You have my promise that if we choose to work together, we will do our absolute best to take care of you.

Reynolds Defense Firm – we’re solid, we’re here if you need us, and we are very good at what we do.

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