Riding with Razor is a better ride. Razor Share dockless e-scooters are a great way to leave your car at home to get you to your destination. They are fun and a convenient way to move around town. Riding and following local and state laws will also increase your safety and provide a better experience for everyone.
Where to Ride in San Diego
You can ride nearly anywhere in the city in a bike lane as long as you avoid riding on sidewalks. There are certain areas that are off-limits and should be avoided when you are on an e-scooter.
Areas to avoid within the City of San Diego include:
Razor Share dockless e-scooters are only permitted to be used by adults. California law has long required that you have a valid driver’s license to operate an e-scooter on public roads.
Helmets are the law
Bring your helmet! It’s a state law plus it’s a good idea to protect your brain. If you think you may be riding with Razor, just grab your helmet and clip it to your bag. Then it’s easily accessible any time you need it.
Free Helmet Pop-Up: Thursday, August 30 11AM-1:30PM. Learn more.
Location: On the corner of Harbor Drive & Market Street near KC BBQ and the bike path
Follow us on Twitter @RazorShare, or Instagram @RazorShare to learn about future free helmet pop-ups at @RazorShare.
Two is a crowd
There’s nothing like riding with your friends, but remember only one person to a scooter.
No drinking & scooting
The same rules apply if you were operating a vehicle or riding an e-scooter. Please don’t drink and scoot. It’s dangerous for you and others on the road – and it’s against the law!
Knowing the rules will help everyone have a better experience.