Bolt Malta has enabled electric scooters on its mobile app in the island nation for a limited test with no timeline for a public launch, a Bolt spokesperson told Business Malta. Regulations related to the public use of such scooters are currently under review by the respective authority.
“We are closely following the discussion around electric scooter regulation in Malta and would consider launching the service once the legal status is clear,” the Bolt spokesperson told BM. “We are happy to work with the regulator in determining guidelines that would make sense for the public,” the Bolt spokesperson added.
The use of electric scooters in public spaces is illegal in Malta, therefore riding them using their in-built electric engine is not allowed for the time being, Transport Malta told Business Malta in July. However, the transport authority is currently reviewing the related policies regulating this type of vehicle.