Yes, you are quite right here! A cold pizza Quattro Stagioni causes watery eyes instead of making your mouth water. When ordering some Pizza we rather imagine how the pizzaiolo removes it from the pizza oven, fuming and smelling, puts it into the thermos box and sends it out to us hungry aficionados of Mediterranean fast food. But for how long will the pizza in a thermos box stay warm enough to be sold? Per hour the pizza cools down by approximately one degree. Can the supplier wait for the ADAC because the battery of the electric scooter does not supply any electricity? 

Delivery services are demanding in every respect. The motto here is to not let quality suffer for the sake of speed. In Europe approximately 100,000 restaurants offer bring-home services. For caterers in Germany this has developed to become a key additional business. System gastronomy is also expanding their mobile services further. Everybody knows that customers, who have to wait for their order for a long time tend to change to the competitors. Return unlikely.

To prevent this from happening to you, you should go for a transport means that you can rely on. If a scooter breaks down for some hours, you would instantly lose dozens of customers. Do not take this risk, but rather invest in quality and decide for GOVECS electric scooters. Even a higher acquisition price pays off at the end. 

To everybody preferring the motto “no risk no fun“, we would recommend to consider their drivers’ safety. Risk does not have anything to do with fun here. If in the late evening hours the time pressure impairs the driver’s attentiveness, it is good if you have used your best efforts to ensure that your couriers arrive at the customers’ premises at all, and not only quickly. So do not go for super service only, but also focus on super safety.


GOVECS offers ten model versions for food cargo scooter with ist low center of gravity with its flexible transport system
GO! T series | The zero-emission transport.


BITS & BYTES - Our Interface for Your Business

GOVECS is currently developing a novel telematics system for the remote administration of vehicles. For managers of vehicle pools and fleets this means in-time access and the accurate control of every single scooter, the possibility of determining the exact location of the scooter and of obtaining information regarding the already covered distance, the current state of charge of the battery as well as the next servicing intervals.  For sharing providers and rental agencies the new system provides a payment system as well, which can be easily implemented in any smartphone App. By means of retrievable statistics regarding user behaviour a user-oriented customer communication can be achieved which also helps increasing user interaction. For our customers the interface constitutes the communication centre with the provider and the scooter as such. It is moreover possible to generate one’s own statistics or directly contacting the GOVECS Field Support through a personal user profile in order to obtain simple and straightforward remote diagnoses.


Förderprogramm Elektromobilität in München jetzt auch für Privatpersonen geöffnet

Um München noch schöner, sauberer und leiserer zu machen, wurde das Förderprogramm Elektromobilität „München e-mobil“ ins Leben gerufen. Das Programm trat am 1. April 2016 in Kraft und richtete sich am Anfang nur an Gewerbetreibende. Aber seit Jahresbeginn 2017 können auch Privatpersonen einen Antrag stellen und bis zu 2.200 Euro Bonus für einen Elektroroller erhalten.


Im Test: Der Lieferroller GO! T 2.6

Die Frage „Funghi oder Tonno“ elektrisiert ganze Generationen von Pizzaboten. Zur lautlosen Entspannung bietet Govecs den T2.6 als Lieferroller für den professionellen Einsatz bei Lieferando &Co.


Interview @ How it Works

Govecs are a German company who believe that electric powered scooters are the future. Concentrating on sales to private enterprises rather than the average consumer, Govecs could revolutionise delivery services. Just imagine the reduction in emissions if every takeaway in Europe used electric scooters rather than the carbon equivalents that currently dominate the market. We chat to CEO Thomas Grübel about his vision.