More than 1,000 Revel users have been suspended over the last 30 days due to rules violations, the scooter sharing company announced Thursday.

In an email to all users in the New York area, the company said it has seen an increase in riders breaking rules that include not wearing a helmet and not riding in bike lanes, parks or on sidewalks.

"Bad behavior doesn’t exist in a vacuum," read the email. "And when people misuse Revel it reflects poorly on every one of us. It upsets the communities we operate in, threatens the relationships we have with local leaders, and, worst of all, puts others on the road at risk. If you see someone breaking the rules, don’t be shy about letting us know."

Revel said it fines or suspends riders who don't follow their safety rules, and urged users to "ride the right way."