Scoot Safe is funded by the Georgia Governor’s Office of Highway Safety (GOHS) and Shepherd Center

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Funded by Governor's Office of Highway Safety and facilitated by Shepherd Center, Scoot Safe is an evidence-based electric scooter safety campaign for Georgia.

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Scoot Safe Goals

Scoot Safe’s two major goals are increasing awareness and protective factors for electronic scooter injury prevention and decreasing electric scooter-related deaths and injuries. The campaign targets the following key areas:

  • Helmet use
  • Drinking and riding
  • Speeding
  • First-time rider education

This is your one-stop-shop for electric scooter tips, data, research and resources.

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Zoom: E-Scooter Resources!

Whether you’re an electric scooter operator, a government agency, school, restaurant, bar or trauma center, we have resources to help make scooting and micromobility as safe as possible.

We’ve created, curated, compiled and collected the most helpful tips, assets and information to help you engage your audience. In our Resource Center, you will find:

  • Safety checklists
  • Social media kits
  • Infographics
  • Links to research and statistics

Head on over to the Resource Center!

Juicy Stories

The Scoot Safe Blog features real-life stories, articles on key campaign updates and more content that will help prevent electric scooter injuries in Georgia.