Grover Go

Pay as you go scooter subscription available in Germany πŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺ

With GroverGo, customers can rent the Xiaomi e-Scooter Mijia M365 for €49.90 per month and have access to a rental scooter of their own for a fraction of the cost of buying.

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7 Reviews5.0/5

It's really great for smaller towns and the less central areas of cities!

Pros:

Ride any time, take with you any where and cancel any time.

Cons:

German regulations need to catch up to the product.

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Scoot scoot!

Pros:

You get a scooter without paying a full price for it! Price is pretty fair β€” about the same price as 20 rides with another scooter startup.

Cons:

It's a liiiitle bit expensive if you're more of a casual rider.

I wonder how this will fare against the pay and ride systems used by Lime and others as they eventually make their inevitable charge towards world domination? πŸ›΄
@aaronoleary Grover seems to be able to not get so much hate compared to these competitors. Berlin is a bit new on all this.

I think this is a great way to get by in Berlin specially if you mix it with public transportation. Historically, things have been super easy to return as well, so you can just stop the subscription any time.

Pros:

I been a customer of Grover from their other offerings. I know the service level will simply be better than the rest.

Cons:

Generally a bit pricier if you don't use the things too much, but in my case hasn't been an issue since I use their stuff a lot!

The problem here is Germany’s law is backwards as hell: β€œ.. the use of e-scooters on public roads is currently still prohibited.” They might seize your scooter (while allowing illegal diesel cars to pollute your air)