eRideable Community Resources

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Technology is changing rapidly and so is our urban landscape. More people are using eScooters and other electric rideable devices for commuting and recreational purposes. In 2021 rules were introduced to keep eRiders and other Western Australian road users safe.

The Road Safety Commission have run campaigns since the introduction of these rules to inform and remind users of mandatory safety requirements when using an eRideable.

We have developed some helpful resources for organisations and community groups to share among their networks, helping to further spread the safety message to the WA community. These posters and social media tiles can be downloaded by clicking on the links under 'downloadable resources'.

When sharing our content on social media, don't forget to tag the Road Safety Commission:


Technology is changing rapidly and so is our urban landscape. More people are using eScooters and other electric rideable devices for commuting and recreational purposes. In 2021 rules were introduced to keep eRiders and other Western Australian road users safe.

The Road Safety Commission have run campaigns since the introduction of these rules to inform and remind users of mandatory safety requirements when using an eRideable.

We have developed some helpful resources for organisations and community groups to share among their networks, helping to further spread the safety message to the WA community. These posters and social media tiles can be downloaded by clicking on the links under 'downloadable resources'.

When sharing our content on social media, don't forget to tag the Road Safety Commission:


Page last updated: 01 Sep 2022, 10:50 AM