Cars are allowed through Royal Parks and would have significantly more energy in a collisionIs there a reason given? The extra weight wouldn't help in an impact with a pedestrian and most of them are presumably battery assisted and so possibly travelling at a significant speed.
If you are passing through on a cargo bike used for trade (but not trading within the park boundaries) I can't see how this might be an offence.Hi everyone. Listen this crazy law that cargo cycles can't go through Royal parks I'm baffled. Yes my cargo cycle has the company name on it. But I don't sell or trade in the park I use the cycle path to go through it to my destination. Anyone got any thoughts on this
DHL are supposed to be trialling their quads in the UK.Do they mean this type ?
Hi yeah regarding speed mine is limited to 15mph. Regarding safety can only speak for myself but I am extremely cautious cycling through parks I allways slowdownHad no idea.
Of course if we end up with loads of them in the coming years then it could cause a problem but it sounds like it's addressing a problem that doesn't currently exist and we should be doing more to encourage people to use cargo bikes for deliveries.
Is there a reason given? The extra weight wouldn't help in an impact with a pedestrian and most of them are presumably battery assisted and so possibly travelling at a significant speed. I wouldn't want to be hit by a non cargo ebike at speed either though. Trying to understand the logic and whether it has been specifically outlawed for a reason.