The E-Scooter-sharing market comprises e-scooter-sharing services that provide short-term rentals of electric motorized scooters. In e-scooter-sharing, scooters are generally owned by an e-scooter-sharing provider and can be reserved independently by customers around the clock. Customers are required to open an account with the e-scooter-sharing provider and can then reserve the vehicles, typically with a smartphone app. Providers normally offer dockless services, so it is possible to find e-scooters everywhere within the provider’s business zone, e.g., on sidewalks, and to leave the scooters anywhere in accordance with traffic regulations.
The revenue represents the entire volume of bookings by users from the respective region, regardless of origin and destination. User numbers show only those individuals who have made a reservation. Multi-day e-scooter rentals and peer-to-peer services are not included in this definition. Moreover, discounts, e.g., free minutes for customers with long-term subscriptions, have not been considered in the modeling of this market. E-scooter-sharing services are not available in all countries, and for this reason, only a limited number of regions can be selected.
E-Scooter Sharing is becoming increasingly popular in urban areas, especially among younger generations. Low fares combined with a flexible parking policy make E-Scooters a competitive form of Micromobility.
The booking of shared mobility in the last two decades has become increasingly online. For this reason, we use the online-conducted Global Consumer Survey as a main source of our research. Furthermore, we rely on market data from independent databases and third-party sources, analysis of various key market and macroeconomic indicators, historical developments, current trends, and reported performance indicators from the key market players.
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