Rent Electric Scooters in San Francisco for the Weekend
Welcome to San Francisco! Scoot is a network of electric scooters you can rent and ride around San Francisco. With 25 miles of range, you can see every sight and have fun along the way. Visit Golden Gate Park, the Academy of Sciences, the Exploratorium, Fisherman’s Wharf, Ghirardelli Square and more! Or find your way off the beaten path and explore some of San Francisco’s famous neighborhoods: the Mission District, the Sunset, Alamo Square, the Marina, or Potrero Hill. Ride past the Painted Ladies, wind your way through the Presidio, or head to Ocean Beach & Lands End.
- Rent scoots at $79/person for 48 hours of unlimited scooting (the clock doesn’t start until your first ride)
- Pick up a scooter almost anywhere in the city
- Learn how to scoot in a 1-hour class (riders with moped/motorcycle experience can learn online in a 20-minute video lesson)
- Park your scoot easily across the city with in-app parking suggestions
Some FAQs on the 2-Day Pass:
Q. How much does it cost?
A. A 2-day pass costs $79. We provide a Scoot lesson and unlimited access to our scooters for 48 hours. All riding is free during those 48 hours. The 48-hour access does not start until your first ride. After two days you can continue to use Scoot and pay as you go (see our standard local prices).
Q. Who can get it?
A. Anyone with a U.S. drivers license can signup for Scoot and get a 2-day pass. Only Bay Area residents can join for $25 and get our locals-only membership deal.
Q. I live in SF but want to get a 2-day pass. What do I do?
If you just want to try Scoot out, sign up for a 2-day pass. You can choose later if you want to become a member at no extra charge.
Q. I’m from Kentucky and visiting SF soon. Can I get the free locals-only membership?
A. Nope. Only Bay Area residents can join with the locals-only membership deal. If you’re from out of town, sign up for Scoot and get a 2-day pass — it’s the best deal for 48 hours of non-stop scooting.
Q. I’m ready! I want to get scooting!
A. Great. Sign up here »