Scoot’s shared electric kick scooters can be picked up and dropped off
anywhere in your city. Use Scoot for your daily commute, date night, or a
weekend outing with friends. How it works: — Download the Scoot app —
Create your account — Use the app to find a kick scooter and scan the QR...
so many fails
I’ll start by saying the scooter was fun. Only problem is everything else about the experience left us soured. 2 confusing apps, we got completely through signup on apparently the wrong one from the same company. Ok on to the next one, looks like $1 to start, some amount of change per minute... sounds good. Wait so i have to buy in $5 increments?? Lame but ok we’re here to ride, hopefully it shuts off or tells me when my $5 runs out. Nope, and now i’m spending time in the app (while the clock is ticking) to figure out how much i’ve spent. Yeah there’s nothing and oh look now i’m into my next $5 and we got like up the street a little bit. Best description of this is like someone else said, CASH GRAB. Figure out how to care about your customers and you’ll be a little better off, but we out. Other companies were better in so many ways so guess who’s avoiding red colored rides now. I hope the extra cash you sucked out of us was worth the bad reviews. Sorry and good luck improving the experience, I know it’s a fresh industry.
Fairly terrible experience
I've recently hopped on the scooter bandwagon and, let me tell you, it's been an awesome experience thus far. I have, however, had less than ideal experiences with scoot. For instance, twice now I've attempted to unlock a scooter with scoot and have been stunned at how challenging the unlock button is. I'm addition, when attempting to park your scoot, if you're in a blocked off area (which the competitor scooter companies do not have) you'll start hearing a blaring alarm being set off, which is challenging to quiet. Third, they auto opt you into charging your credit card when your balance becomes low, which to me feels dishonest and shady. I initially began my rental for a scooter that wouldn't unlock, so I ended the ride, but I was charged a significant fee anyway because the ride apparently didn't end properly. On top of that, they auto charged my credit card to put in more money to scoot that I didn't intend (or was clearly made aware) to happen. Very frustrated with this service.
The future is here I’m 13 years old and I rode these scooters with my mom and I have to say they were spectacular! The battery life was great because it was at thirty percent and we rode for an hour and a half and it lost half the battery! I’m rating this 4 stars though because it is pretty expensive but at the same time worth it! This is very convenient for college student to get around faster and easier!
Assaults privacy and then crashes
This app is unfortunate. It requires access to bluetooth for completely no reason: what is the point if the ride needs to be started and stopped within the app anyway? Secondly they charge unthinkable 30¢ a minute. And they do charge you before they guide you about how to use the app or assault your privacy requesting access to bluetooth. App then does not allow to end the ride until you give up your privacy and enable bluetooth: it simply crashes. Lastly requiring 100mb download for an app that loads its content from the internet anyway is a shame.
Fiscally irresponsible to rent a kick scooter
I rented one and the battery ran out halfway to my destination, in the middle of a left turn. It became very difficult to push and started beeping for whatever reason. The cherry on top is that I was charged the entire time it was out of battery and difficult to maneuver. A electric bike, such as jump, costs a quarter of the price, is faster and more stable. I will never rent one of these again if I can help it, so I guess I will have a forever balance with scoot. I’m assuming they put my scoot balance into a money market account to accrue interest.
We got these scooters because we thought it would to be fun to use to get to lunch... but then the scooters shut down and then told us that we were out of service area! What? The app never told us that there was a service area! So we just wasted like 15 dollars and we had to bring them back to the service area or we would get a fine! If they would have told us that there was a service area it would have been fine but nothing! The app should immediately tell you about the service area! So lame!
No other way to travel the city!!!!!
So much fun! So easy to work and such a smooth ride!!! Don’t ride on the sidewalk 😊 can’t wait to do it again!!
Most blatant and wasteful money grab I have seen
Title says it all. Why would you need a separate app? Who knows my guess to your more monthly active users. More importantly, only being able to put money on in blocks? There is no fiscal incentive to doing this so really it’s just a way for scoot to get money in the door and hope you don’t want use it. Hard pass on what used to be my favorite app.
They doubled the price
The price nearly doubled from $.15/min to .29/min. Plus $1 to start the ride. If you’re gonna ride for more than 3 mins, it’s now literally cheaper to ride the bus. Scoot was bought out by Bird, they immediately jacked up the price, now it’s basically never worth using. And now you can only ride by prepaying for credit, rather than just paying for the cost of your ride.
Easy and reliable!
The service is easy to use and reliable! One of my favorite ways to locally travel!
Awesome! Love that I don’t need to put my social and whole life story down just to get a ride. Take care of the scooter, follow the rules, everything is good! Thank you!!
QUICK EFFICIENT CLEAN AIR EFFECTIVE COMPANY
Wow! That’s what I have to say about this company and the service they provide. I could not be happier with spending my money with Scoot. GREAT JOB SCOOT!
Batteries are never charged
I wish that your company would be more diligently ensuring that all of your scooters there on the street are somewhat charged or fully charge instead of having a bunch of empty battery Scooter is out there
A sorta fun data mine
First time user tonight. The app sucked all kinds of data from me including drivers license scan (yes, I consented). No obvious information on “how to” screens about a restricted zone, beyond which the scooter stops functioning and where you cannot park. Total buzz kill. Seems this is just a business plan to get personal data, wrapped in shiny wrapper of scooter fun.
Where are the scoots?
Most of the time, when wanting to rent a scoot, nothing shows up on the map. Then when they actually do show up on the map, they physically aren’t there. The one I finally got to ride, just so happened to be on the path I was walking. The scoot itself was very nice, but the app is in dire need of A LOT of attention
Yes. Scoot Kick is very safe to use. This is based on our NLP (Natural language processing) analysis of over 4,726 User Reviews sourced from the Appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 4.9/5 . Justuseapp Safety Score for Scoot Kick Is 40.1/100.
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