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E-Scooter Prices

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Hey everyone!

I made this little research about E-Scooter prices in Germany and thought that could be useful to someone else.

VOI. 
- 0.49 EUR to unlock
- 0.19 EUR x Minute
- 24 hours pass: 6.99 EUR
- Monthly pass: 39.00 EUR
- Year pass: 360 EUR


Lime
- 1 EUR to unlock (FREE if you use PayPal)
- 0.26 EUR x Minute
- 1 hour pass: 5.99 EUR
- 24 hours pass: 9.99 EUR
- 3 days pass: 24.99 EUR

TIER
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1 EUR to unlock
0.19 EUR x Minute
-Day pass > Unlimited rides for 24 hours (45 minutes each): 9.99 EUR
- Monthly unlocks (Unlimited unlocks)  4.99 EUR x Month
- Rider Plus: Unlimited Unlocks + 300 Minutes: 29.99 EUR x Month

I'll update this info from time to time and maybe add some other companies that are also in Berlin.
If you have more info or found any mistakes please let me know!

Cheers! :)
 

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4 minutes ago, Loreto said:


If you have more info or found any mistakes please let me know!

 

 

The only mistake I can see is permitting these god-awful monstrosities cluttering up every street-corner, bike path and roadside to be let loose in the first place.

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1 minute ago, silty1 said:

The only mistake I can see is permitting these god-awful monstrosities cluttering up every street-corner, bike path and roadside to be let loose in the first place.

We are also noticing people, including many very senior citizens, “driving” the things like maniacs.  It’s dangerous.

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Around here it's mostly teens and tweens, with the occasional hipster douchebag in a suit.

 

And yesterday I saw not one, not two, but three young teenagers all riding the same scooter at the same time. I resisted the urge to shout at them to get off my lawn.

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It’s the Wild West here in Konstanz proper along the Rhein or the lake, with bikes, cargo bikes, e-bikes, skateboards, scooters, pedestrians, baby carriages, dogs on leashes, …  It seems that since the pandemic the patrolling and ticketing of rule breakers has gone out the window.  And the scooter problem is growing IMO.

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2 hours ago, El Jeffo said:

And yesterday I saw not one, not two, but three young teenagers all riding the same scooter at the same time. I resisted the urge to shout at them to get off my lawn.

 

The other day I was standing with my bicycle in the driveway to our garage (to bring in the bike), and an e-scooter with THREE juveniles on the SIDEWALK shot towards me full tilt, with them bawling at me to fucking get out of the way!!!


They called me a bunch of names zooming off after I stepped aside (there was no way they could have braked and I didn't want to get hit), but I had a string of choice Bavarian curses for them, too.

I hear Paris has banned e-scooters - German cities need to do that, too.

And nobody here cares about your e-scooter advertisement here, either.

 

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I do care because I use them from time to time in a responsible way. I guess I'm not the only one here, I'm just sharing some information not making advertisement, there's no need to be so rude.

The logic of banning something for misuse is ridiculous. We should then ban cars, knives,cell phones., etc They all somehow lead to accidents. If you don't like e-scooters, don't use them. If you think they are not properly supervised then complain with the respective authorities.

15 hours ago, Metall said:

I hear Paris has banned e-scooters - German cities need to do that, too.

And nobody here cares about your e-scooter advertisement here, either.

 

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18 hours ago, silty1 said:

 

The only mistake I can see is permitting these god-awful monstrosities cluttering up every street-corner, bike path and roadside to be let loose in the first place.

 

I see as well lots of cars parked everywhere cluttering streets and sidewalks.

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