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
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
Tax season is here! We’ve already sent a few posts about how to file 1099 taxes as a scooter charger, tax write offs you can claim, and how claiming actual car expenses can be better for you than trying to keep a mileage log. Today, we’re expanding our tax resources for you. We’re excited to announce an official partnership … Continue reading Let Keeper Tax Take Care of Your 2018 Taxes
As a charger, you want to be tracking your earnings over time. And if you charge for multiple companies, you want to see all of your earnings in one place. Today, you can import and view your payments from Bird and Lime in the Scooter Map app. To import your payments: Go to the profile … Continue reading View Bird and Lime Payments in Scooter Map App
There are two type of app updates that we use: App Store Updates and Over the Air Updates. App Store Updates You are probably familiar with this kind of update. On Android you will go to the Play Store. On iOS, the App Store. You then download a new version of the app. We push … Continue reading How App Updates Work
Tax write-offs let you claim work related expenses as business expenses. Claiming expenses allow you to pay much less in taxes. For an overview on taxes as a scooter charger read our overview guide. This article breaks down two methods of deducting car related expenses: standard miles which gives you 54.5 cents for each mile driven … Continue reading Should I Claim Mileage or Actual Car Expenses on Taxes?
When looking at the charger map, you want to know which scooters are actually there! Don’t waste your time going after a $20 scooter that isn’t there in the real world. No matter what the map says, some scooters are just missing. There are a lot of factors to consider when figuring out if a … Continue reading Where is that Scooter? — Introducing Likelihood Score