A Minnesota Court of Appeals today ruled on one of the most pressing issues of our time — can you drive a segway while under the influence? The court held that a person operating a “Segway” is not a driver of a motor vehicle and is not, therefore, subject to the prohibitions of the Minnesota Impaired Driving Code, Minn. Stat. ch. 169A (2010). The case involved Mark Alan Greenman, who was arrested for a DWI for driving his Segway in a street with a blood alcohol concentration of .19. The decision discusses a previous Minnesota decision in which the state’s highest court found that a drunk man on a mobility scooter was not “driving” either. The decision was made by a three judge panel, of which one judge dissented.