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E-scooter sharing services help people get around in Thailand

As the two-wheelers jostle for space, road safety is becoming an issue

Neuron Mobility's battery-powered scooters are an increasingly common site in front of Bangkok cafes and in wealthy residential districts.

BANGKOK -- The Thai capital is notorious for its traffic, but jammed roads leave an opening of sorts for electric scooter sharing services, which are catching on in Bangkok.

And while the zippy two-wheelers offer a handy alternative to cars or motorcycles for getting around the city, some people find them a bit scary to operate.

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