Scoots are shared, electric, smartphone-activated motor scooters offering shared urban mobility. Currently present in San Francisco, they have a fleet of 700 scoots (2 wheeler) and 10 quads (2 seater, 4 wheeler)
Scoots go up to 30 mph and have 20-25 miles range. The mini cars (called quads) go 25 mph and have 40 miles of range. They recharge at special Scoot Spots all over town. One can turn them on with the Scoot app, available for iOS, Android, and any mobile browser. They are incredibly easy and fun to ride!
Visit website: https://scoot.co/
Shared, electric scooters you can ride anywhere in San Francisco.
Scoots are as fast as taxis, as cheap as the bus, and as fun as your bike. Scoot gives you the freedom to get where you want, when you want, and to park right in front of your destination.
No motorcycle license needed.
Our vehicles are all electric and you don't need a motorcycle license to ride scoots! Hop on a scoot in one part of SF, ride wherever you're going, and leave it wherever you end up. Why don't you need a motorcycle license? Scoots have a maximum speed of 30 MPH, so they aren't considered motorcycles.