In Maryland, persons using EPAMDs or hoverboards are subject to traffic regulations at intersections, but have the rights and restrictions of pedestrians at other places.

Bicycles, motor scooters, hoverboards, and EPAMDs are not allowed on roadways with a posted maximum speed limit over 50 miles per hour or on expressways, unless there is an adjacent bicycle path or an approved alternative.

When there is a smooth-surfaced bike lane or shoulder, cyclists and motor scooter riders must use it, except in certain situations such as passing, making a left turn, avoiding hazardous conditions, or if the lane is obstructed. Cyclists and motor scooter riders must signal when leaving the bike lane or shoulder and can only do so when it is safe.

Motor scooters have a speed limit of 30 miles per hour, and EPAMDs are prohibited on roadways with adjacent sidewalks or with a posted maximum speed limit over 30 miles per hour. EPAMDs have a speed limit of 15 miles per hour.

Maryland is a state located in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States. It is known as “America in Miniature” due to its diverse geography, which includes the Appalachian Mountains, the Chesapeake Bay, and coastal areas. Maryland has a rich history and was one of the thirteen original colonies that formed the United States.

The state is famous for its crab cakes and the city of Baltimore, which is known for its vibrant waterfront, historic neighborhoods, and renowned sports teams. Other well-known cities in Maryland include Annapolis, the state capital and home to the United States Naval Academy, and Frederick, a historic city known for its picturesque downtown and cultural attractions.