UBER'S ELECTRIC SCOOTER SERVICE ROLLS OUT THREE-WHEELED VEHICLES
Electric scooters have become vehicles used by people for entertainment or transportation purposes in many cities around the world.
Uber's electric scooter rental service Jump is rolling out three-wheeled scooters that people of all ages and individuals with disabilities can also comfortably use. For now, only one of the vehicles in San Francisco even has a seat.
Electric scooters have become vehicles used by people for entertainment or transportation purposes in many cities around the world. Rentable electric scooters, which are used in cities to get out of traffic and perhaps have some fun on the way to work or school, have also been in use in our country for some time. The electric scooter rental service provided by Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality under the name of Seagull is preferred by thousands of people thanks to its easy use.
It determines the availability, prices and limits of available electric scooters. Uber, which has become a worldwide giant in transportation, is adding adjustable and three-wheeled scooters to its service called Jump.
Bikes to be rented from rental shops:
The New Jump vehicles are rolling out in San Francisco starting this Wednesday. Four rentable vehicles, two of which are new, will be made available to residents of the city, along with improvements made for ease of use. The scooters will be available to rent from two bike rental shops in the city, but the rental feature with mobile apps will not be active. This will allow users to pay with both cash and card. The vehicles ' usage fee will be priced at 33 cents per minute.
Designed for everyone to use:
Two new scooters, the rassiné and Drive ZooMe, have three-wheeled construction. So it will be much easier to maintain balance during use. The Drive ZooMe model will also accommodate a seat and a basket on it. This means that people of all ages, including individuals with disabilities, can easily use these tools. And you won't have to push the floor with your feet to start driving the vehicles. Three-wheel balanced vehicles, without changing foot position in the handlebars of the gas and brake mechanism can be controlled.
These vehicles will be available only in two areas of San Francisco for now. This is not a long-term solution to the accessibility problem of electric scooters, but it is certain to be an important step forward.