Portland's new e-scooters are great fun. But they could be even better.
WW spent the past week brainstorming how to customize our rides. Some additions—like turn signals and rearview mirrors—would make scootering safer. Others—splash guards, snow tires—are our attempts to prepare for the coming winter.
And a few are just for kicks.
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