November 23, 2022
While helping municipalities adopt micromobility as a greener transportation option, we’re also addressing the issues that micromobility has posed since its rapid global rise. And one such issue is, of course, poor scooter parking.
Although existing observational studies have found that improper parking is infrequent among bicycles and scooters and more common among motor vehicles, every poorly parked scooter is a safety risk. This is especially true for people with sight loss and/or reduced mobility who need pavements to be clutter-free.
Studies on improper scooter, bike, and car parking suggest that user behaviour and parking practices improve as time and experience progress.
But we believe that perfection knows no limits. So here’s a quick overview and reminder of what to remember when parking a scooter:
And here are the biggest mistakes to avoid:
Follow these simple guidelines, and you’ll master the art of parking correctly!
And if you want to master another helpful skill, if you see a poorly parked scooter, report it so we can take care of it.
Reporting a poorly parked scooter means our teams can act immediately to remove it. Here’s how you can do it via the app:
In case you don’t have the Bolt’s app installed on your mobile device, there’s an easy way to report a scooter online. Here’s how:
Done! You’ve just improved your city’s streets and contributed to its tidiness and image.
Next time you need to get around town safely and affordably, you’ll know exactly how and where to park. Plus, you’ll be able to report any two-wheeled friends in trouble.
Try out our scooters today and get where you need to go safely. And, of course, please park correctly!
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