According to the Lansing State Journal, a popular brand of motorized scooters that's emerged on college campuses this fall has caused a serious problem at Michigan State University.

The MSU Police Department recently impounded at least 100 Bird scooters because they  were found parked on campus in areas where they don't belong.

These Bird scooters are being left in the grass, bike racks, sidewalks, bus stops, and they are obstructing bicycle and pedestrian traffic.

If the company wants its scooters back, they must pay impound fees and citation fees.  An impound fee for a scooter is $25, and a citation fee can vary depending on the violation.


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