Are scooters a new fresh hell in Paris? Last night, while out with some French friends just back in the US, several complained of the menace of electric scooters on streets and even on the sidewalks in Paris. Is this a big problem? (I still haven't recovered from the horrible love locks on Pont des Arts that ruined that bridge and others or that museums allow visitors to block great art works when they pose for selfies or stop to photograph the art when there are perfectly good postcards in the gift shops.) Yet the French are so correcte about so many other behaviors less intrusive than these. What gives?