With this latest launch, Ras Al Khaimah becomes the seventh city in the Middle East to offer TIER Mobility's e-scooter and e-bike services, providing residents and tourists with a more sustainable alternative mode of transport.
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TIER's in-app test has been designed to encourage e-scooter users to check their sobriety to deter them from driving while intoxicated, ensuring the safety of riders as well as other road users.
TIER's latest generation of e-scooters is equipped with many improved safety features, including maximum stability and shock absorption due to improved hydraulic suspension and a wider base.
As part of the initial roll-out, TIER will provide 100 of its e-bikes in Blanchardstown, Swords, Malahide, Baldoyle, Portmarnock and Howth.
TIER's latest research reveals that millions of people over-65 are embracing e-bikes and e-scooters as they look for ways to cut their carbon footprint, with 24 per cent planning to use an e-bike for the first time in 2022.
According to TIER Mobility’s latest survey, people across Britain would prefer to reduce their carbon footprint by switching to greener transport, with over 20 per cent specifically choosing to switch to e-scooters and e-bikes.
With 180,000 riders having used the scheme since its launch in June 2021, TfL has announced that London’s e-scooter trial - involving Dott, Lime and TIER Mobility - has exceeded half a million trips and 1.6 million kilometres.
The e-scooter pilot will enable researchers from Dublin City University (DCU) to analyse data and inform future e-scooter rollouts both in Dublin and throughout Ireland.
TIER has partnered with Google Maps to make it easier for users in big European cities to access its micromobility options, as it looks to expand into more locations in Europe.
With the public remaining sceptical on the rollout of e-scooters across the UK, TIER Vice President Fred Jones explains the steps his company is taking to make its vehicles safe for all road users, and with that win over some hearts and minds during London’s e-scooter trial.
TfL’s scooter trial begins today, with Londoners able to rent Lime, Dott, and TIER vehicles in select areas of the capital.
TIER has revealed a new pricing structure to encourage safer riding, with users given a free minute at the start of each trip so they can put on their helmet and carry out other safety checks.