Hoverboards: Addressing Their Risks for Condominium and Homeowner Associations

Two-wheeled personal mobility devices, or hoverboards, were the ubiquitous holiday gift in 2015. Small, new and exciting, these contraptions quickly shot to the top of the wish list for many individuals, even those not technologically savvy. Once the wrapping paper was cleared, however, hoverboards were revealed to present very real risks of danger.    Read the article…………..


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