How to hold your scoot
August 15th, 2017
Scooting is freedom. Freedom to stop along the way, visit a friend, pick up groceries or grab a coffee. Driving yourself means that you are in charge of your route and your pit stops and never get stuck circling the block waiting for your ride share.
Here’s a recap of an easy errand scoot:
- Reserve a scoot and start your ride.
- When stopping along the way, park your scoot in a legal spot (no painted curbs!). Remember, you can park for free between car meters and at motorcycle meters. Turn off your scoot, but don’t end your ride.
- During your errand, your scoot will stay reserved to you and ready to go when you are! After your first 30 minutes of scooting, you will be charged just 10¢ per minute while your scoot is on hold.
- Don’t forget to stop on the way home to grab some flowers for your lover/roomie/mom!
- When you reach your final destination and are ready to end your ride, pick a garage or street parking in a blue zone. Pay attention to all street signs.
There’s always room to park a scoot outside a shop, restaurant or doctors office. Try this a few times and you’ll be amazed how easy and convenient it is!