E-Bike Fires Spark Demands For Bans From Landlords, Condo Boards

Wednesday, December 14, 2022

Leni Morrison Cummins is quoted in a Bisnow article that addresses the recent rise in the number of fires caused by malfunctioning batteries and chargers for electronic bikes in New York City. In the article, Leni discusses what this means for condominium and cooperative boards and property owners. Research shows that e-bike sales increased by 145% during the pandemic and have caused serious safety concerns.

Boards are having discussions on banning or strictly regulating electronic vehicles but finding a way to ensure residents obey the rules may be a problem.

“A ban is only as good as the enforcement,” Leni stated.

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