New Company — Wheels in Scooter Map

Wheels makes a new kind of scooter with a seat. A couple weeks ago we added Wheels to the rider map. Wheels pays “transporters” to move scooters to better locations. Today, we add Wheels to relocate in Scooter Map! Wheels is live in San Diego and Los Angeles. You can download the Wheels app and … Continue reading New Company — Wheels in Scooter Map

Micromobility Isn’t Rideshare

Why Compare Micromobility to Rideshare? People think about the future of Micromobility (rentable scooters and bikes) in analogies to Ridesharing (Uber and Lyft). Uber and Lyft changed the way we get around cities in less than 10 years after decades of a stable mixture of cars, mass transit, and bikes. So when predicting how Micromobility … Continue reading Micromobility Isn’t Rideshare

Find Lime Scooters to Move in Scooter Map

Lime now has two task types: charge and move. For scooters to charge, you know the drill — take them home, charge them, and then put them out the next morning. For scooters to move, you don’t need to take home the scooter. Instead, you drop off the scooter at a nearby LimeBase. Scooters to … Continue reading Find Lime Scooters to Move in Scooter Map

How to Create the Perfect Scooter Nest

Before you get ready to release your first fleet of scooters, you need to know how to arrange the perfect nest in order to ensure you get paid your full bounty. Follow the simple steps in this guide to create your first perfect scooter nest! LEARN MORE: How to Release Scooters After You’ve Charged Them … Continue reading How to Create the Perfect Scooter Nest

How to Release Scooters After You’ve Charged Them

Congrats! You’ve successfully charged your first fleet of scooters. But what do you need to do to get paid once you’ve charged them? That’s what we’ll go over in this guide. What time do the scooters need to be released? For most scooter companies, you will need to release the fully charged scooters before 7 … Continue reading How to Release Scooters After You’ve Charged Them