Sunset Scooters Offers 'DUI Scooters' to License-Less Drivers

By: Michael Hines - Published: Oct 2, 2010 • References: sunset-scooters & buzzfeed
Sunset Scooters in Clearwater, Florida has stirred up a bit of controversy by marketing 'DUI Scooters.' These scooters are being marketed to people without a license due to a DUI conviction.

The DUI Scooters have a top speed of only 20 mph and must obey the same traffic laws as bicycles. Customers love them, but Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) see them as a way for convicted drunk drivers to circumvent their penalties.

Check out the video above, if only to see the audacious banner advertising the DUI Scooters. You've gotta love Florida. Stats for Alcoholic Scooter Marketing Trending: Older & Chilly
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