This article covers how a scooter company gets started: from picking a short name to buying general liability insurance. With this article, you’ll have all of the information you need to start a scooter company.
Here’s everything you need to know in order to get started making money charging scooters. Fun fact: Did you know, as a scooter charger you can make $20-30 / hour? Read on to learn how… Wait, What Are Electric Scooters? Here’s the short story: Bird launched shared electric kick-scooters in Santa Monica in late 2017. … Continue reading Everything You Need to Know About Charging Scooters
Bird scooters are used by riders over the course of the day. At the end of the day, most of the scooters have low battery, so Bird needs someone to charge these scooters. Bird has 10s of thousands of scooters so they employ contract chargers to pick up scooters and charge them in their homes … Continue reading How to Become a Bird Charger
This is following up to Lime’s attempt to shut down Scooter Map. I sent out a petition form asking you to sign if you support Scooter Map and we now have over 1,000 signatures. Thank you so much to everyone who signed, I read thru all of your comments but I don’t have the ability … Continue reading What's happening with Lime vs Scooter Map?
This follows Lime’s attempt to shut down Scooter Map. I sent out a petition to sign if you support Scooter Map and we now have over 1,000 signatures! Thank you so much to everyone who signed, I read through all of your comments. While I don’t have the ability to respond to everyone personally, your … Continue reading Lime vs Scooter Map — Petition Responses
I started Scooter Map to make it easy to find scooters and bikes. First, I focused on helping gig-worker chargers make more money each hour. Later, I expanded the rider side. Lime, apparently, doesn’t like Scooter Map because Lime wants to be the only scooter company you use. Lime has sent Cease and Desist letters … Continue reading Lime is Bullying Scooter Map
How much money do these scooter companies make? Why do they keep cutting bounties? Why’s there a new scooter coming out every month? A few factors like rides per day, charging cost, and scooter lifespan have enormous affect over a scooter company’s financials. So I made a calculator to help us understand scooter companies’ business … Continue reading Can I Kick It?
The Boise Valley Regional Transit has put out a request for proposals for a bike share program. The proposal opened on July 2nd with responses due on August 13th for a 5 year contract. Current System Boise GreenBike started in 2015 and has operated with ~100 bikes. Social Bicycles a.k.a. JUMP was running the system … Continue reading Boise Bike Share Proposal
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