There is currently an e-scooter trial in the grounds of the University of Warwick. You need to install an app on a smartphone to use one. See the Voi website for details.
You will also need to be aware of the law concerning the use of e-scooters. See here for details.
E-scooters Not in the Trial will Remain Illegal
Privately owned electric scooters are currently illegal everywhere in the UK except on private land. See here for details.
The announcement followed the Parliamentary Transport Committee’s launch of an inquiry in April to look at legalising and examining their impact on congestion, and potential contribution to cutting emissions.
Rental e-scooter trials began in June 2020 to encourage commuters to stay off public transport during the coronavirus pandemic. The aim is to assess the benefits of e-scooters.
The trial is part of the Government’s plan to invest £2 billion in cycling and walking to help get Britain moving again over the coming months. The e-scooter trial was originally planned for 2021.