Mobility post the coronavirus is an important topic, which is still being figured out. However, solutions for last mile connectivity are now being introduced. From electric bicycles to e-scooters, there are a host of options available for a safer last-mile commute. The Berlin-based startup Grover rents out consumer electronics and they recently started offering e-scooters as well. Now, the company has gone a step further to launch its own-branded e-scooter.
GroverGo: Monthly e-scooter subscription service
Since lockdown is now lifted, e-scooters are now making a return to the European micro mobility scene. The startup Grover is also offering its new e-scooter that is aimed at providing a personal mode of transportation that enables people to practise social distancing and avoid enclosed spaces. The new model was launched after Grover used customer survey insights to discover that monthly e-scooter subscribers use their scooters for daily, essential trips rather than spontaneous and leisure rides.