Paris and Marseille are also dealing with the growing trend.
Critics claim they're a real menace to society and an eyesore as they're often carelessly parked or end up being abandoned.
Nearly 40 percent of those tested for alcohol after e-scooter incidents had a blood-alcohol level over the legal driving limit, the study found.
The 30-year-old, who was not wearing a helmet, was struck from behind by a motorcycle on the A86 near Vélizy-Villacoublay, southwest of Paris.
While they're often touted as an environmentally-friendly way of getting around a city, the first peer-reviewed study examining the environmental impact of the life cycle of rented e-scooters suggests there are more eco-friendly ways of getting around.
We find out why an investment in communal e-scooters could lead to cleaner air in urban spaces.