TIER Mobility, a micro-mobility provider with a mission to change mobility for the better is starting to build its multimodal offering and is entering the market for e-moped sharing. From now on, e-mopeds can now also be rented in addition to e-scooters in the TIER app in Berlin.
Start off with Berlin!
Just two months after the acquisition of the high-quality electric mopeds from the Berlin-based company Coup in February of this year, the launch of TIER’s multimodal offering in Berlin marks another milestone in the history of the young company. In addition to Berlin, the e-mopeds will start in two other German cities in the next few weeks.
Lawrence Leuschner, CEO and co-founder, TIER Mobility:
“The fact that we add e-mopeds to our offering and become multimodal is a very important step in building a platform that provides end-to-end mobility solutions which are in line with demand and offer a variety of different means of transport. In the current situation, the e-mopeds serve our customers as an additional means of travel, which allows for physical distancing and which can be used to cover longer distances than, for example, with an e-scooter.”
Check out the offer!
With the offer “Commute with TIER”, holders of subscription tickets for public transport (e.g. monthly, annual or job tickets) can receive 40 free unlocks worth €40 by uploading a picture of their subscription ticket to the website tier.app/monthlypass.
How to book a new e-moped?
Download the TIER app and after a one-time and successful check of a valid driving licence (A1/A or B), the vehicles can be started using the integrated QR code.
There is an unlock fee of €1 and an additional 19 cents per minute charge. Payments can be made conveniently with Paypal or credit card.
A helmet is also provided, which is stowed in the trunk, underneath the seat. After the ride, the moped can be flexibly parked in suitable places thanks to the free-floating system.
Raised €118M so far!
Founded by Julian Blessin, Lawrence Leuschner, and Matthias Laug, TIER Mobility operates in 50+ cities in 9 countries. The company is headquartered in Berlin and employs about 450 people.
So far, the company has raised €118 million backed by numerous investors including Mubadala Capital, Goodwater Capital, White Star Capital, Northzone, and many more. In addition, there are selected business angels and individual investors like Formula 1 World Champion Nico Rosberg.
Main image credits: TIER Mobility
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