Liverpool city centre has welcomed a new store which is based on the much-loved Bold Street.

While that part of the city is already filled with a number of shops and restaurants, this new retailer is bringing something quite different to the street.

Pure Electric has chosen Bold Street as the location of its first retail store in Liverpool. It specialises in electric bikes and electric scooters with brands such as 8Trev stocked.

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The company, which has stores across the country, was founded by entrepreneur Adam Norris who believes the scooters can help improve everyday lives.

Adam and his team believe that electric scooters and electric bikes can play a pivotal role in reducing society’s reliance on cars, lowering air pollution and congestion in cities across Europe, alongside walking and taking public transport.

The store has joined other retailers based along Bold Street including Home Bargains, Cow Vintage and Utility.

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Back in August, the ECHO reported that the UK government had passed new laws allowing the use of e-scooters in the country as it looks to provide different options of travel in the country, with people being urged to avoid public transport because of coronavirus.