Portsmouth police confirmed it issued warnings to 10 private e-scooter riders during the operation last week.
One scooter had been seized for having no licence and tickets had been issued to others for various offences.
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Police, posting on social media, said: ‘Following a “2 Wheel” op in Portsmouth last week, we engaged with 10 private e-scooters (warnings issued), motorcycle seized for no licence/insurance.
‘Tickets issued for due care, exhausts and other offences.
‘Busy locations are hazardous so extra care required by all.’
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Only riders on e-scooters provided in a Portsmouth City Council commissioned trial, run by Voi, are allowed on public roads.
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