Nashville, TN - Two weeks after banning pedal taverns, party buses, and other large transpotainment operations, Nashville has now moved to ban all party scooters.
A spokesperson for the Metro Health Initiative told reporters, "Effective immediately, all party scooter businesses must cease operations or they will receive a citation on sight."
Downtown party scooter operators sought to fight the order or reach a compromise where they could carry fewer passengers, but health officials would not budge.
Boogie Boot Scooters owner Bill Glupman said, "Thousands of people come to Nashville each day who just want to get drunk on a moving vehicle. Now, they have to drink standing still. It's sad."
The new order is in effect until August 16.
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