Electric scooter-sharing service expands out of Europe, into Atlanta
European mobility technology company, Muving, expands to North America to deploy a sustainable transportation alternative…
Muving has expanded their electric scooter-sharing operation into North America in an attempt to help drive sustainable inner-city mobility.
Within its first year of operation, the European-based company deployed 2,500 electric scooters to more than 185,000 customers in 12 cities; changing the inner-city transportation choices.
Muving electric scooters help reduce environmental and noise pollution whilst providing an easier transportation alternative. They guarantee zero CO2 emissions and zero noise pollution.
The expansion into North America began with Atlanta – covering some of the popular areas including Ponce City Market, Piedmont Park, the King Center and Tech Square. The scooters are available to rent from 07:00 to 22:00 any day of the week.
The scooter comfortably sits one or two riders and is easy to operate. Anyone over 18 years old is able to download the Muving app for free, upload a valid driver’s license, enter their credit card information and reserve a trip. Riders are charged by the minute.
The Muving Ecosystem integrates Torrot, a designer and manufacturer of interconnected electric devices, SKULLY Technologies which design and manufacturer augmented reality wearable equipment and Sensefields who provides technology to help cities detect and process traffic data. The goal of the Muving Ecosystem is to integrate devices and people into the urban environment for a more sustainable and enjoyable experience.
“Muving’s revolution is about the freedom it offers,” explained Ivan Contreras, Founder and CEO of the Muving Ecosystem. “The user only pays for the minutes they drive, without the responsibility of vehicle ownership or maintenance, while eliminating the pollution caused by gas-powered vehicles.”
Atlanta was Muving’s first choice to begin operations in North America, however they are already planning operations in additional cities.