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Texas men are found to be riding scooters down the Milkwaukee highway, following the GPS’s instructions to the museum

to connectVideoThree men are seen riding scooters on the highway

The Wisconsin Department of Transportation highway cameras captured the three men drive away, dockless scooter on the shoulder of I-94 between 25th Street and 13th Street on Monday.

Three Texans have been slapped with hefty fines Monday after she was seen on camera riding dockless scooters down the shoulder of an interstate highway in new york, according to police.

The three men were seen on the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) cameras, highway driving, and the scooters are a single file on the shoulder of I-94, Milwaukee’s Fox 6 reported.

The Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office said the men were trying to exit the interstate, however, the representatives of the frozen them in the first place.

Dockless scooters are so named because of their ride-sharing service, and in the absence of a fixed place of residence and location.
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A spokeswoman for the sheriff’s office said the men were visiting from Texas, and, with the help of a GPS device and take them with you to the Milwaukee Harley Davidson Museum.

They will be hit with a $204 citation for riding a bicycle / moped / scooter/bike on a highway, Fox 6 reported. Their motor scooters have been loaded into a deputy’s squad car, and the men were being driven on the interstate, according to the report.

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Police inspector Daniel Hughes said at a news conference on Tuesday that the results would have been catastrophic.”

“They had to cross three lanes of traffic going at 50 miles per hour, give or take,” Hughes said. “I think they were trying to make the best decision under the circumstances, but it was a bad decision in the first place.”

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Dockless scooters, which are used for short terms, at the rental, and do not have a fixed home location, and have proven to be controversial as to their distribution far surpasses the efforts to control its use.

In the fast-growing trend has raised alarms across the country, with critics saying that ” the scooters have been blocking the sidewalks, and the creation of the lives of the riders and others in danger.

Fox News’ Talia Kirkland contributed to this report.

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