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Shared eBikes and electric motor scooters all available via the Scoot app. Scoot is your shortcut to everywhere in San Francisco. Grab one of our shared electric vehicles using the app and activate it with your phone.<br><br>You can ride a scoot wherever you want in the city and drop it off at any other Scoot location, 24/7. The Scoot app unlocks your vehicle and serves as your GPS navigation and dashboard while you ride. You can plan your route in the app or decide as you ride.<br><br>Our vehicles are powerful enough for a quick commute, yet easy enough for date night or a weekend adventure.<br><br>Join for free and get on the road today!<br>— Download the Scoot app<br>— Create your account and get certified<br>— Use the app to find and unlock your motor scooter or eBike<br><br>Scoot is the original shared electric vehicle company. The vehicles in our networks range from our original electric motor scooters to new electric bikes. We operate thousands of these light electric vehicles (LEVs) in San Francisco, Barcelona, and Santiago to drive towards a greener future.<br><br>Scoot’s mission is to reduce global carbon emissions and traffic congestion that consistently plagues cities. In San Francisco alone, our riders have (to date) prevented over five million pounds of carbon dioxide from entering the atmosphere.<br><br>Scoot currently operates in San Francisco, Barcelona, and Santiago. We plan to bring fast, affordable, fun transportation to more cities soon.<br><br>Use Scoot for:<br>— Joyrides with friends on weekends<br>— Commute to work or class<br>— Ride to BART, Muni, or Caltrain<br>— Action-packed date nights<br>— City tours with out of town friends<br>— Running errands<br><br>Notes:<br>— You must be at least 18 years old to use the Scoot app<br>— To operate a vehicle you’ll need to grant the app access to your GPS location while you ride<br>— To operate a vehicle in San Francisco you’ll need to verify your US driver’s license (no motorcycle license needed)<br>— To operate a motor scooter in San Francisco you’ll need to complete a safety lesson (video or in-person)<br>— Helmets are included<br><br>For more information about Scoot visit scoot.com
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Appears as though scoot is putting all their effort in to the kicks and have been ignoring what made them better than others, which are the scoots. The app has needed some love for a while. Also, the scoot inventory is just ridiculous at this point. It’s nearly impossible to find one ever now. I have been a subscriber for a year now and might just cancel because I can never find an available scoot either in the morning or afternoon.
Was flagged for “dangerous driving” for driving in incoming lanes, not wearing helmet, cutting off vehicles, and driving on sidewalk and received a call mid-ride. When contacting customer service because I was bewildered at how they managed to put these claims on me, they mentioned a Scoot employee witnessed me doing so, without giving a location where, when , or who it was. Meaning they had to have been following me for all of these claims, unless I somehow managed to do all of that in one location (which I and my friend can prove, did not.) Mind you I was riding with a friend by me the entire duration of this ride, so it wasn’t only bizarre that they didn’t report them either, they would not have any of my reasoning as to how impossible this was nor the witness that I was riding with. I then asked for proof, and they said they didn’t have any/could not give out and after much back and forth, terminated my account. Lovely how I still have a photo of me with my helmet on and my friend on that same ride. Ridiculous how their customer support team also had this back and forth with me and terminated the account on accusations without proof.
Traveled out west for a wedding and had 2 days in San Francisco of downtime to explore. The app is easy to use and the scooters are just awesome. It’s cheaper than Uber/Lyft, more fun than either of those, and easy to use. I was a bit nervous about being on the scooter....if you can mildly ride a bike, you can scoot. It’s great, much easier than the standing scooters. The absolute best part of Scoot is that you can basically stop anywhere, park it, hold the scooter on the app, and explore a certain area. I stopped all over to take pictures, I never had the hassle of looking for somewhere to park or a place to pull off. Loved it so much that I canceled my plans for tomorrow and will be scooting around to a few other places tomorrow.
I just went my car and saw one of the scooters hit my car. The person parked scooter 2 inc behind me. It’s Impassible to park without touching my car. There were 2 major scratches. I called them and asked that what should I do? He asked me if there’s a camera on the street!! I’m talking about scratches how you’re gonna realize it on camera!! After that he just told me go to police station and make report it. They didn’t even ask me scooter number !! So I’II go to Police station for sure!!
This whole service is a scam. Do not waste your money on this. The app would not verify my license and there is zero costumer support. I then downloaded the scoot kick app and it was also terrible. On the map there were numerous “phantom” scooters that did not exists. When I finally did find one it was broken and the app charged me money for trying to get it started. Don’t give your money to these fools. Run their business into the ground.
Developed by Scoot Networks.
Scoot is ranking in Travel & Navigation
Last update was at Aug 07, 2019and the current version is 2.7.1.
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