Canada The market for e-moped sharing benefits from the corona crisis

15:15  27 november  2020
15:15  27 november  2020 Source:   t3n.de

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Scooter rental companies benefit from the corona-related trend towards private transport. Mopeds instead of public transport work particularly well in Germany.

Elektroroller von Unu. © Unu electric scooter from Unu.

electric scooter rental companies can look back on a good year for their business development. Demand has risen continuously during the pandemic and the global supply of rental scooters has also grown by 58 percent from 66,000 to 104,000 mopeds. Three years ago the total number of rentable scooters was only 10,000. That comes from a report by the Berlin scooter startup Unu .

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According to Unus, the fact that it is the sharing market that is growing so strongly is mainly related to the corona crisis. People who typically use local public transport are currently reluctant to do so - because of the risk of infection.

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Tier E-Moped in Berlin. (Photo: Tier)

At the same time, they don't want to make any investments. After all, the pandemic could end at any time. The logical consequence is therefore the need-based loan of suitable means of transport. Here the e-scooter is way ahead, because it promises a high degree of flexibility in road traffic even in large cities and is significantly less than a rental car in terms of costs.

Local transport providers are suffering from this trend, with losses in sales amounting to billions. On the other hand, sharing services such as the two largest German providers, Emmy and Tier , can benefit. They were able to almost double their number of users from five to nine million within the corona year.

Germany has by far the most offers

For its current report, Unu looked around 22 countries and came to the conclusion that only 18 of the 122 cities in which there are sharing offers are not in Europe. Scooter offers are more widespread in Germany than in any other country.

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After all, almost a fifth of all cities with scooter rental are in Germany. This means that around 7,000 mopeds are driving in sharing mode in this country. In many cases, municipal utilities are also involved in the market. This creates a wide range. Nevertheless, no German city is in the top 3 of the fastest growing scooter sharing markets.

This is where scooter sharing is growing most clearly. (Graphic: Unu)

Germany strong in scooter sharing: Top 3 but not within reach

These placements are reserved for New York (plus 200 percent), Taipei (plus 167 percent) and Valencia (plus 119 percent). Behind them are Barcelona, ​​Milan, Rome and Paris. Bangalore in India also made significant gains.

The reason for the significant increase makes the volatility of the model clear on the other hand. The sharing providers will have to hope that after the end of the pandemic, people will not flock back to the buses and trains.

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