How it works
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A brilliant opportunity for the way forward
Riding a Voi scooter is the perfect way to get around the city, while sparing it from both noise and pollution. Get rolling in no time by following the simple steps below.
How to get started
1. Download the Voi app and register with your mobile number. 2. Locate an available scooter nearby using the map function in the app. 3. Activate Beginner’s mode if you’re new to e-scooters, to start off slowly while you get used to the accelerator and brakes. 4. Scan the QR code found on the handlebar or the footpad of the scooter to unlock it. 5. Hop on the scooter and push off with your foot a few times to get it rolling before you use the throttle. 6. End your ride in the app to make the scooter available for someone else. In the UK, you need at least a provisional licence to ride our scooters. However, we recommend waiting until you are 18 years of age before using Voi.
Ride with care
• Be sure to know the (local) rules of the road before getting on a scooter. • Stay off pavements as well as roads with speeds over 30 mph. • Stick to the bike lanes when possible, or close to the side curb. • Be aware of surrounding traffic, especially at intersections. • Ride with two hands and leave your headphones for when you get to your destination. • Put your phone in the holder if you want to use it for navigation.JOIN OUR TRAFFIC SCHOOL
Park with thought
• Park properly and help keep the pavements an accessible space for all. • Place the scooter on the street along a pavement, alongside and close to a wall or within a designated parking zone. • Use the kickstand to make sure the scooter is standing upright. • Be sure not to block any access ramps, bus stops, crosswalks or entrances, or in any other way obstruct public areas. • Always follow the local parking rules.Learn more about parking
A great thing about voi-riding is that you can ride as good as all over and park almost anywhere in the city. But it’s important to remember that the streets belong to everyone. To make things easier, there are special zones for riding and spots for parking. We have created these zones and spots in collaboration with the cities, to be sure we’re adapted to local needs.