An electric scooter can be used on cycle paths, pedestrian and cycle paths, or cycle lanes where there are none – on the appropriate curb. When driving on the curb, pedestrian and bicycle path, sidewalk, the driver of an electric scooter must give way to pedestrians, must not obstruct them, or pose a danger. Please note that drivers of these vehicles are prohibited from crossing the roadway at pedestrian crossings. When there is no bicycle path, pedestrian and bicycle path, or there is no bicycle lane or curb on the right side of the road, as well as in cases where it is not possible to drive on them (potholes, etc.), it is allowed to drive on the sidewalk or in one row on the right side of the roadway, as close as possible on its right side, except for the cases specified in point 106 of the Road Traffic Rules, as well as when it is necessary to go around an obstacle, drive straight when only turning to the right is allowed from the first traffic lane. When riding on the roadway, the rider must wear a brightly colored vest with reflective elements, or the bicycle must have a white light on the front and a red light on the back. A safety helmet is mandatory for minors (under 18) when driving such a vehicle. Riding a bicycle (electric scooter – speed up to 25 km/h, power no more than 1 kW) on the carriageway is allowed for persons at least 14 years old, and those who have completed the training course established by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Lithuania and have a certificate issued by the school, – for persons at least 12 years old. Under the supervision of an adult, riding a bicycle on the roadway is allowed for persons at least 8 years old. There is no age limit for drivers in the residential area. Adults must ensure that minors behave properly on the road, setting a good (good) example themselves. p.s. the approved micromobility law provides for additional requirements for drivers of electric scooters. Do your research before hitting the streets.