Growing residential density will mean more traffic and more pollution. New transportation trends are essential to keep city residents moving. While electric mobility is not new and has been around since the early 1900’s, what is new is the thought process when riding an electric vehicle, particularly an electric scooter.
An electric scooter rider is more conscious of their surrounding then anyone else on the road. They quietly pass the stand still traffic and move from one charge point to another. Urban commuters don’t travel far but travel many short distances on their way from home to work with some shopping and a coffee break in between.
Charging in of itself brings a new way of thinking. Most riders will never stop by a charge station and wait but will charge at home and charge at work where it’s most efficient and convenient. This changes entirely the reasoning of always having a gas station nearby.
Technology driven transport will bring connectivity to all new vehicles. This will translate into database of transportation trends never before seen and in turn will bring changes to the way we travel in our cities.
Vehicle ownership in urban areas is a hassle and not a welcome commodity. Most city residents need a simple way of getting to work and back, and scooter sharing fits this scenario perfectly.
Together with you we want to reduce CO2 emissions in order to improve our environment and increase the quality of life - all without compromising fun and performance.