Bird, one of the e-scooter companies that were kicked of San Francisco last year for dumping thousands of scooters on SF streets without permission, are slowly sneaking back into the city. Despite not having permission, they’ve started renting their scooters (by the month) to SF residents (instead of by the
Like any good citizen, you want to dispose of your e-scooters quickly and safely, but you also want to be friendly to the environment. So what do you do? Well, you follow our handy, socially conscious, complete guide to properly disposing e-scooters. How to Recycle your E-scooter Gf just texted
While people were celebrating Saint Patrick driving the snakes out of Ireland, Tech execs were busy driving e-scooters into ‘San Fran’ at a top speed of 15 mph. Naturally, there are some problems, you don’t introduce an invasive species into a San Francisco without upsetting the habitat.