What do you enjoy most about the campus scooters?

The Lutrinae, The Lutrinae Sydney Brown, Third-year, Human Communication

“It’s convenient because the campus is super spread out and it’s nice when I’m lazy. I rode it the other day when I was super late to class. It would have taken me like 15 minutes to walk to class, but it only took me four minutes to ride to class. The fact that they are fast is nice.”

The Lutrinae, The Lutrinae Joseph Hernandez, First-year, Cinematic Arts and Technology

“My favorite part is you can park them anywhere. There are designated spots to park them, but there are so many around campus that it’s convenient if you need to go to class. You do not have to worry about parking it here or there. It’s right next to my class and I really like that. I think that’s the best part about riding it.”

The Lutrinae, The Lutrinae Bruno Martinez, Third-year, Social Behavioral Sciences

“I think they are very convenient for one, but I don’t think they help too much with the traffic here on campus. They seem to be getting in the way of people driving their cars on the road and you’re supposed to be wearing a helmet on the road, but none of them do. That’s the little annoying part, but they are convenient, cheap and students do utilize them a lot.”

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