How is the delivery of the scooters made?

The scooter will be delivered to the address you have indicated in your reservation. A deposit of 100€ will be paid at the time of delivery, which will be refunded upon return of the scooter, provided that the condition of the scooter is the same as at the time of delivery.

Who is in charge of recharging the vehicle?

The scooter is delivered with charger so that the customer can freely charge the scooter where it suits him best. Also delivered: helmet, cell phone holder and padlock with alarm. Every time a vehicle is delivered to the customer it will be fully charged. When the vehicle is stored at the partner, the load will be taken over by the partner.

How much does it cost to recharge the vehicle?

The cost of charging an electric scooter in euros depends on several factors, such as battery capacity, electricity tariff and charger efficiency. In general, the cost of charging an electric scooter is usually quite low, as most models have small batteries. As an example, if we take an electric scooter with a 250 Wh battery and an electricity tariff of 0.15 €/kWh, the charging cost would be approximately 0.0375 € (0.15 €/kWh x 0.25 kWh = 0.0375 €). This is only an example, so actual costs may vary depending on the factors mentioned above.

From what age can this service be used?

In Spain, the recommended age for using electric scooters is 16 years and older. This is because electric scooters have a maximum speed of 25 km/h and are therefore considered personal mobility vehicles. Minors may use electric scooters, but always under the supervision of an adult and with all appropriate safety measures, such as the use of helmets and other protection. It is important to respect local rules and regulations regarding the use of electric scooters, as they may vary in different places.
For more information on regulations click here.