GoDrive's Privacy Policy


The GoDrive mobile app (hereinafter referred to as the “app”) provides
the process of renting electric scooters, including: booking, payment, rental, refund,
through the following steps::

choosing the scooter you need;

choosing a pricing plan;

scan the selected scooter at the parking spot;

start of the trip;

safety instructions for using the scooter;

end of the trip, parking, photo report.


1. Content and purpose
Privacy Policies

This Privacy Policy discloses our
methods and purposes for collecting, using and distributing your confidential
information – personal data (hereinafter referred to as the abbreviated

Our Service respectsthe privacy rights of users.
To achieve this goal, we adhere to the principles of privacy by
design and confidentiality by default throughout the
design, creation and provision of our services.

We do not process information that directly
identifies a particular person, such as an unencrypted name, address, or
government-issued identification number.

Please read this
Privacy Policy carefully to understand our views on it, our practices regarding your
personal data and our use of it.

By visiting our website, using our app, you
confirm the agreement with us about this Policy. Otherwise, we ask you
to stop using our app and our services.

In this Policy, we refer to ourselves as "GoDrive". Our contacts
and banking details are as follows:

GoDrive LLC

Moscow Moscow, 9 Ivan Babushkin St., sq. 13



https://godrive. ru/



Bank details of ALFA-BANK JSC
BIC: 044525593
K / s: 30101810200000000593
R / s: 40702810002520004806

2. Personal
data that we work with

We may receive
the following categories of personal data from you::

Mobile advertising device IDs: IDs
such as Apple's Identifier For Advertisers (IDFA), Google Advertising ID
(“Advertising ID / Ad ID”);

cookie IDs;

log file information;

demographic information such as age, gender,
city/region, income, language, and mobile contract data such as
prepaid/postpaid ("Demographic Data");

Mobile app usage data about
apps installed/available on the user's device and
app events, and browsing data such as browsing URLs
("App Usage and Browsing Data");

data on purchases;

geolocation data.

We may collect personal data directly from
users (both online and offline) or receive data from third parties.

We may use cookies and similar
tools to independently collect advertising user IDs
or cookie identifiers. These tools also automatically collect
and send us information such as
referral URLs
(unified resource pointers), user agent string, and IP addresses.
This information is a common part of log file information that is typically
exchanged between operating systems. As part of the existing software
technology for delivering and displaying ads on mobile devices, we also receive
requests for placing ads.

When we receive different personal data related
to the same device from multiple data partners, we combine
such personal data and store it under the same advertising
identifier ("advertising identifier") or cookie. GoDrive also
supports a separate ID inventory, which binds
personal data into a common identifier ("GoDrive ID") and is an internal
pseudonymous identifier.

We extend personal data to create
unidentified data segments and combine such segments into lists of segments or
lists of ad identifiers/cookies according to the preferences
of our customers. We then share such lists with our clients so that they
can effectively target the relevant users.

In the event that we use your personal data (images, etc
.), having received them from third parties without your consent, we are not responsible for such
use and such personal data is subject to destruction
upon your request to our e — mail.


3. How we
use your personal data

In this section, we
will indicate how we collect and use your personal data and for
what purposes we use it in terms of the categories of your personal data.


Advertising identifiers ("Ad Identifiers")
they are unique, anonymous
identifiers that can be reset by the user for advertising purposes. Ad identifiers identify a specific
device and are implemented in both Apple iOS ("Ad Identifier" /
"IDFA") and Google Android ("Ad Identifier").

We get ad IDs associated with
de-identified user data. Ad IDs
are then used by our Clients to identify ad requests and
provide relevant ads.

We can also use ad IDs
to establish a relationship between different attributes of user data
that relate to the same user. For example, if we receive
user data indicating that a particular user is between 25
and 30 years old, and later learn from another data partner that a user on the same
device is interested in a healthy lifestyle, we combine this information
with the same advertising ID ("Ad Ids") or cookie.

We need this personal data to interact
with our partners, determine the target audience of our services, and individually
approach each user of our services and applications.


A cookie (similar to a website cookie) is a small piece
of data sent
by us or third parties through the application and stored on the user's terminal
during browsing.

We may use cookies to establish
interactions between devices or data related to the same
user. If we already have information about the device user, we
can link the information stored in cookies to
the device's ad ID. We call this activity of linking information

We use this information to optimize
ad serving, advertising, and customize our services and applications.


During the mapping operation described above, we get
information such as link URLs (unified resource pointers),
user agent string, and IP addresses.

When you visit a website that
has GoDrive cookies installed, the log file we automatically receive includes
a referral URL, which is the address of the website you
came from. We do not use or delete referral URLs for
a reasonable period of time in accordance with our data retention period.

We use IP addresses to get information such
as the country and operator. After that, we delete the IP addresses within a reasonable
time according to our data retention period.

We use the user agent string information
contained in the log file to determine your
device's operating system and device model. After that, we delete
the user agent string for a reasonable period of time according to our
data retention period.

This personal data is used to improve
the quality of our services and applications.


We can get the user's demographic data:

user demographics (for example, age or
age range and gender);

general geographical area of the billing address and
postal code;

projected or actual income level;

other demographic data that has been obtained
or collected by our data partners.

GoDrive uses this information to create
demographic segments about users, such as users "between the ages of 30
and 34 who live in Orel". We associate segments with ad IDs
so that our customers can reach their target audience on mobile


We may receive data about app usage and browsing
from our data partners, such as:

apps installed/available on
the user's device;

app events such as purchases or registrations;

unified resource pointers ("URLs").

URLs are web addresses, defined by a character
string that represents a link to a resource. Most web browsers
display the URL of a web page above the page in the address bar.

We convert app usage and
browsing data into aggregated segments based on purchase interests or intent
(for example, "Sports Enthusiasts", "Health and Fitness") that
are of interest to our customers.


We may receive your purchase data, such as:

products and services that you purchased in stores,
including online:

products and services that you put in
your online shopping cart.

These personal data help us to implement
an individual approach in providing services, expanding the network of our branches,
and individualizing advertising.


We may receive data from data partners about
the physical location of a particular device, including latitude and
longitude coordinates obtained using GPS tools, Wi-Fi, or
cell tower triangulation methods.

Location data that we receive from
data partners may be aggregated, inaccurate location data, or we
may provide location data that is inaccurate in order to provide
aggregated location data to our customers. We and our partners can
use the findings from this information to send localized ads or
targeted ads, and optimize the service delivery process.


Required for:

identification of the user of our application,


acceptance of claims,
appeals and applications;

sending you receipts for payment for our services in
electronic form.

We use your first and last name, phone number and e-mail address strictly in accordance
with this Privacy Policy and store them on secure servers. This
personal data is not transferred by us to third parties, except in cases
that are related to the implementation of the current legislation of the Russian Federation.


4. Legal basis
for the collection and use of your Personal Data

The term " personal data "is used in accordance with
the Federal Law of the Russian Federation No. 152-FZ of July 27,2006"On Personal Data",
and this Privacy Policy has also been developed in accordance with this law

We will comply with all applicable
data protection laws, including the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR
) 2016/679.


5. Who has access to
your personal data

We are committed to maintaining your trust, and while GoErive does not
sell your personal information to third parties, we want you to understand
who we may share such information with when we receive it from you, and in most
cases it is used by GoDrive for the purposes outlined in this Policy.

We may share your PD with our contractors to
help us to fulfill the business and commercial purposes, including
research, processing payments and transactions, maintain the
data, administer contests and special offers, technological
services, delivery, email, advertising, Analytics, storage and
hosting of data, disaster recovery, search engine optimization, marketing, and
data processing.

We are also obliged to transfer your personal data
to state bodies and officials authorized by the current
legislation of the Russian Federation to receive personal data.


6. How
to use cookies. What is a "cookie"?

A cookie is a small piece of data
the application and stored on the user's terminal during browsing.

We may use cookies to establish
interactions between devices or data related to the same
user. If we already have information about the device user, we
can link the information stored in cookies to
the device's ad ID. We call this activity of linking information

We use this information to optimize
ad serving, advertising, and customize our services and applications.


7. How do I delete and block our

To delete or block cookies
, please follow the instructions of the browser you are using:

Internet Explorer: http://windows.microsoft.com/ru/windows-vista/How-to-manage-cookies-in-Internet-Explorer-9

Chrome: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=ru&hlrm=nl

Firefox: http://support.mozilla.org/ru/kb/enable-and-disable-cookies-website-preferences?s=cookies&r=5&as=s

Safari: http://support.apple.com/kb/PH5042

Please note that
deleting or blocking our cookies will make it inconvenient to use

application and make it impossible to use their full


8. Can I withdraw
my consent to the provision of personal data?

Yes, you have the right to do so.

In accordance with Federal Law
No. 152-FZ "On Personal Data" of July 27, 2006, when processing personal data, the
accuracy of personal data, their sufficiency, and
, if necessary, their relevance in relation to the purposes of personal data processing must be ensured.
The Operator must take the necessary measures or ensure that they are taken to
remove or clarify incomplete or inaccurate data. Personal
data should be stored for no longer than the purposes
of personal data processing require.

The personal data processed by us is subject
to destruction or depersonalization upon the achievement of the processing goals or in the event
that it is no longer necessary to achieve these goals, unless otherwise provided
by federal law.

To exercise this right, you must contact us with
a formal request to delete your personal data.

soon as we receive your
request to delete your personal data via our e-mail, we will delete
(and instruct our contractors to delete) your personal data.



9. What cookies do
we use and why?

Cookies used
by us are classified as follows::

strictly necessary;

increasing productivity;


Strictly necessary cookies are critical for
navigation and your security. Without them, the provision of services by us is excluded.

Strictly necessary cookies for:

identifying you as an authorized user of the app;

to determine if you connect to the right
service when we make changes in the application

for security reasons.

Performance-enhancing cookies collect
information about your use of our
app, even if there are
errors. These cookies do not collect personal data and
are intended only for the following purposes:

optimize the app;

identify your interests when using it;

find out how effective our content is;

anonymous statistics about your use of our app;

error management: any possible
errors are detected when using
the app.

We use functional cookies to provide you with
enhanced functionality and personalization

Without functional cookies, some sections of the app may not work properly.


10. Where
your personal data may be transferred

We may share your Personal Data with the following persons and
for the following reasons.

1. To third-party service providers who process
personal data on our behalf in order to achieve our
cooperation goals (contract fulfillment, legitimate interests (so that we can
effectively provide you with services and manage our business)).

We may allow third parties such
as service providers, agents, contractors, organizations, which can be
the owners of the location, and any other use of your personal data in our
shared goals, including postal agencies and service providers email,
which we employ to send advertising and promotional materials,
suppliers of data centers that host our servers and
third-party agents that handle mailings on our behalf. These parties
to the contract are prohibited from using personal data for any purpose other than:
both for the purposes specified in their respective contracts, and they will be subject
to obligations to process personal data in compliance with appropriate
security measures. We do not allow the sale of personal data for any
use. To process online payments, we use the ChronoPay electronic payment gateway
the terms of use of which are set out on the website

2. To law enforcement agencies, government agencies,
regulators and the court in order to comply with our legal obligations
or review incidents or claims (legal obligation,
lawsuits, legitimate interests (obligation to cooperate with law enforcement and
regulatory authorities)).

We may disclose your personal data when
required by law or court order, or at the request
of the government or law enforcement agencies to help with proceedings
or investigations where permitted, we will direct any such
request or notify you before responding unless to do so would
prejudice the prevention or disclosure committed to continuing crimes.
This also applies to cases where we have reason to believe that
the disclosure of personal data is necessary to obtain legal assistance.
consult, identify, investigate, defend, or bring legal action
against anyone who may interfere with our customers, partners, rights
, or property, or others, intentionally or otherwise, or when
anyone else may be harmed as a result of such activities.

Third parties who require such data due to
changes in the structure of our business.

If we are in talks about the sale of our
business or it is already sold to a third party, or we reorganized all of your
personal information that we collect from you may be transferred to that
reorganised the organization or a third party and used for the same
purposes set out in this privacy Policy, or for the purpose
of analysing any proposed sale or reorganization. We guarantee that no
more of your personal data will be shared than necessary.

The Privacy Policy does not apply to the transfer of personal data
by third-party providers (such as airlines, online travel agents,
car rental companies, etc.) who may collect personal
data from you personally and may share it with us. In these situations, we
strongly recommend that you read the privacy policy
of the relevant third-party provider before submitting your personal

We note the grounds that we use to
justify each case.

The main legal grounds that justify
our use of your personal data.

consent: if you have given your consent to our use
of your personal data;

contract fulfillment: when your data is necessary
to enter into or fulfill our contract with you or third parties.

legal obligation: when we need
to use your data to fulfill our legal obligations;

legitimate interests: when we use your data
to achieve a legitimate interest, and our reasons for using
it outweigh any damage to your data protection rights;

legal claims: if your information
is necessary for us to defend, prosecute, or file a claim against you,
us, or third parties;

vital interest: if we need to process
your data to protect the vital interests of you or another
individual, for example, if you need urgent assistance.


11. How long
your personal data is stored and how secure it is

We will store
your personal data in the following order and for the following periods::

for Site visitors: we will store it for
at least three years from the date of our last interaction with you and in
accordance with our obligations based on the current
legislation of the Russian Federation, the EU General Data Protection Regulation;

To provide Services to any client: we will
store it for at least six years from the date of our last interaction
with this client, with our obligations based on the current
legislation of the Russian Federation, the EU General Data Protection Regulation.


12. Procedure for making
changes to the Privacy Policy

Changes to the
Privacy Policy are made on the basis of and in accordance with the current
legislation of the Russian Federation, current
EU regulatory acts,
and the mutually beneficial interests of our and our clients.

Changes to the
Privacy Policy are published on our website, take effect from the moment
of publication, and there is no additional individual notification to our clients about such


13. The right to be forgotten.
Legal status of sensitive personal data

The right to be forgotten is your
fundamental right as a data subject under the General Terms and Conditions
The European Union Data Protection Act is an important consideration for any
website that collects personal data from its users.

Article 17 of the GDPR states that "the data subject
has the right to obtain from the controller the erasure of personal data relating to him
/ her without undue delay, and the controller is obliged to delete personal
data without undue delay". Basically, this means that any
users under GDPR jurisdiction can force the website to delete any personal
information about them upon request.

According to Article 17 of the GDPR, also called "right to
erasure", personal data must be deleted if::

data is no longer needed to complete the goal;

the data subject withdraws consent;

the data subject raises a legitimate objection about
how the data was processed;

data identified as illegally collected or

In this way, we grant you the above
-mentioned rights to be forgotten about your personal data.

The term "sensitive confidential data" refers
to various categories of personal data that are defined in
data privacy laws as requiring special treatment, including in some
cases the need to obtain explicit consent from you. These categories include
racial or ethnic origin, political views, religious,
philosophical or other similar beliefs, trade union membership, physical or
mental health, biometric or genetic data, sexual life
or orientation, as well as convictions and crimes (including
information about suspected criminal activity).

As a general rule, we do not seek to collect confidential sensitive
data. In limited cases where we seek to collect such data, we
will do so in
accordance with the requirements of the
Data Privacy Act and / or request your consent.


14. Google
Play Regulations

We host our
app on Google Play, which requires developers to define
a Privacy Policy, so this Privacy Policy is made in
accordance with the requirements of Google Play, which you need to read
at the link:

are not allowed to mislead users about subscriptions or
content that is offered in apps. Your proposal should be
formulated clearly and clearly. This applies to its placement both on screensavers
and in the app itself.

the appendix, we must clearly state our proposal. Among other things, it is necessary to
clearly indicate the terms of the offer, the subscription price, and the frequency of the billing
cycle, as well as specify whether a subscription is required to work with the app. At
the same time, all information must be specified in full, so
that the user does not need to perform additional actions to get acquainted with the information.

before the user purchases a subscription, we must clearly and accurately reported to
him the terms of the proposal, including its duration and price, and a description of
available content and / or services, to specify how and when the user clicks with
the free trial to a paid subscription to clarify the cost of paid
subscriptions, and also to inform you that you can cancel your subscription before the end of
the free trial period.

It is also
forbidden to publish applications that mislead users
or promote unfair activities, including those that
contain unrealizable functions. Information about the app, its description, and
photos and videos must match its functionality, and the
app itself must work in a way that meets reasonable
user expectations. Applications should not mimic the functions or warnings
of the operating system or other programs. Any changes to the device settings
they must be performed with the user's knowledge and consent, and can be easily canceled
by the user.

It is forbidden
to publish apps that contain false or misleading
information, including in screenshots, icons, names, descriptions, and other

Applications or the ads
they contain must not mimic the functions or warnings of the operating system or
other programs. System notifications can only be used for
integral components of the app. For example, the airline's app can
show notifications about ticket sales, and the game can show notifications about in-game promotions.

It is forbidden
to publish applications that make changes to the device settings or
other applications without the user's knowledge and consent. These settings include
system and browser settings, bookmarks, shortcuts, icons, and app widgets on
the home screen.

It is forbidden
to publish applications that are designed to be used for unfair
purposes. For example, applications for creating passports and other
identity cards, social security numbers, diplomas, credit cards, and
driver's licenses. Information about the app, its name, description, as well
as images and videos must correspond to its functionality and
content, and the app itself must work as
the user expects.

that the app was created for a prank or with other frivolous
intentions do not relieve developers of responsibility and the need
to comply with our rules.

Thus, we warn you about the rules
of app placement, as well as inform you about your rights regarding
the use of our application and ask you to

immediately inform us via email about such inconsistencies or violations if the terms of use of our application do not comply with the Google Play regulations or the current legislation of the Russian Federation


15. App Store Regulations

We place our app on the App Store
, which requires developers to define a Privacy Policy, so
this Privacy Policy is in line with the requirements of the App
Store, which you need to read at the link:

Applications must apply appropriate
security measures to ensure that the user's information is properly processed
and that it is not used, disclosed, or accessed by unauthorized
third parties.

All apps must include a link to their
privacy policy in the App Store Connect metadata field and within
the app in an accessible form.

The Privacy policy must be clear and

determine what personal
data the app collects, how it collects this data, and all
uses of this data;

confirm that any third
party with whom the app shares user data (analytics
tools, ad networks, and third-party SDKs, as well as any parent,
child, or other related entities that will have access to
the user's personal data) will provide the same or equal protection
of personal data as specified in the app's privacy policy;

explain your
personal data retention/deletion policy and describe how the user can withdraw
consent and / or request the deletion of the user's personal data.

Applications that collect data about
users or the use of the application by users must ensure
that the user consents to the collection of personal data, even if such data
is considered anonymous during or immediately after its collection.

Paid features should not depend on or
require the user to grant access to this data.

Applications should also provide the client
with an accessible and understandable way to revoke consent to the processing of personal data.

Applications that collect data for
legitimate interest without consent, based on the terms of the General
Data Protection Regulation of the European Union ("GDPR") and the Legislation of the Russian Federation, must
comply with all the conditions of this legislation.

Applications should request access only to
data related to the main functions of the application, and should collect and
use only data necessary for the corresponding task.
Where possible, you should use
an out-of-process selection tool or a shared resource, rather than requesting full
access to protected resources such as photos or contacts.

Apps must respect
the user's permission settings and not attempt to manipulate, trick, or force people
to consent to unnecessary data access. For example, apps that include
the ability to post photos on a social network don't need access to
the microphone before the user can upload photos. If possible,
it is necessary to offer alternative solutions for users who do not give
their consent. For example, if the user refuses to share a location,
you can offer the option to manually enter the address.

If the app does not contain significant
account-based features, you must allow it to be used without logging
in. Applications may not require users to enter personal
information in order to work, except when they are directly related to
the main functions of the application or are required by law. If
the Facebook app functionality is not linked to a specific social network (for example, Facebook,
WeChat, Weibo, Twitter, etc.), the developer must grant access without
logging in or using another mechanism. Extracting basic information
Leaving a profile, sharing on a social network, or inviting friends to use
the app are not considered the main functions of the app. The app must also
include a mechanism for revoking social media credentials and disabling data access
between the app and the social network from within the app. The app cannot
store social media credentials or tokens outside of the device, and can
only use such credentials or tokens to connect directly to the
social network from the app itself while the app is in use.

Apps that collect personal information
from any source that is not directly owned by the user or without
the user's explicit consent, even public databases, are not allowed in
the App Store.

Unless otherwise permitted by law, the developer
may not use, transfer, or share anyone's personal data without
prior permission. The developer must provide access to
information about how and where the data will be used. Data collected from
apps can only be shared with third parties to improve the app
or provide advertising.

Data collected for a single purpose may not be
repurposed without additional consent, unless otherwise expressly permitted
by law.

Applications should not attempt to secretly build
a user profile based on the user's collected personal data, and
may not attempt,facilitate, or encourage others to identify anonymous
users or reconstruct user profiles based on data
collected from Apple's provided APIs or any other data.

It is not allowed to use information from
Contacts, Photos, or other APIs that access
user data to create a database of contacts for your own
use or for sale/distribution to third parties.

You cannot contact people who use
information collected through a user's contacts or photos, except
on the explicit initiative of that user on a case-by-case basis.

You can't enable the “Select all” option or
select all contacts by default. The developer should provide
the user with a clear description of how the message will be displayed to the recipient
before sending it (for example, the message text,
who will look like the sender).

Data collected from the HomeKit API, HealthKit,
Consumer Health Records API, MovementDisorder API, ClassKit, or from
depth and/or face mapping tools (such as ARKit, Camera API, or Photo API)
may not be used for marketing, advertising, or
data mining, including by third parties.

Apps that use Apple Pay may
only share personal data collected through Apple Pay with third
parties to facilitate or improve the delivery of goods and services.

Applications may not use or disclose
to third parties the data collected in the context of research in the field
of health, fitness and medical research, including
APIs Clinical Health Records API HealthKit, Motion and Fitness,
MovementDisorderAPI or research related to human health, and for
marketing, advertising, or other based on the use of data collection purposes,
in addition to the improvement of health care management or for the purposes of research in
the field of health, and only with the permission of the user. Apps can
use data about the user's health or fitness to provide
benefits directly to that user (for example, a reduced insurance
premium), provided that the application is provided by the organization providing
the benefit and the data is not shared with third parties. You must disclose
the specific health data that you collect from the device.

Apps must not record false or
inaccurate data in HealthKit or any other medical
research or health management applications, nor can they store personal
health information in iCloud.

Applications that conduct research related
to human health must obtain the consent of participants or, in the case
of minors, their parents or guardians. Such consent must include::

nature, purpose and duration
of the study;

procedures, risks and benefits for
the participant;

information about privacy and
data processing (including any exchange with third parties);

Contact person for
participants ' questions;

Withdrawal process.

Applications that conduct research related
to human health must be approved by an independent ethics commission.
Confirmation of such approval must be provided upon request.

You should only use location services
in the app if they are directly related to the features
and services provided by the app. Location-based APIs
should not be used to provide emergency services or autonomous
control of vehicles, aircraft, or other
devices, except for small devices such as light
drones and toys, or remote control systems
for car alarms, etc. It is necessary to make sure that the user is able to use the API for remote control of vehicles, aircraft, and other devices.
be notified and get consent before collecting, transmitting, or using
location data. If the app uses location services,
you must explain the purpose of such detection.

Make sure that the app contains
only content created by the developer or that the developer has a license to
use someone else's content. The app can be deleted if
someone else's content is used in the app without permission.

You may not use protected third
-party content, such as trademarks, copyrighted works, or
proprietary ideas, in your app without the owner's permission. Applications
must be submitted for placement by a person or entity that owns
or has licensed the intellectual property and other relevant

If the app uses,gets access to,
monetizes access to, or displays content from third-party services, make
sure that the developer is specifically allowed to do so in accordance with
the service's terms of use. Authorization must be provided upon

Apps should not facilitate illegal
file sharing or include the ability to save, convert, or download
media from third-party sources (such as Apple Music, YouTube,
SoundCloud,Vimeo, etc.) without explicit permission from these sources.
Streaming audio / video content may also violate their terms of use,
so be sure to check these terms before the app
gets access to these services. Documentation should be provided upon

You can't create an app that looks
similar to an existing Apple product, interface (such as Finder), or app
(such as the App Store, iTunes Store, or Messages). Apps and extensions,
including third-party keyboards and sticker packs, may not include Apple emojis.
iTunes music previews cannot be used for their
entertainment value (for example, as background music for a photo collage
or game soundtrack) or in any other unauthorized way. If
the app displays activity rings, they should not render the data
Move, Exercise, or Stand in a way that resembles
the Activity control.

Thus, we warn you about the rules of app placement, as well
as inform you about your rights regarding the use of our application and
ask you to
immediately inform us via email about such inconsistencies or violations if the terms of use of our application do not comply with the App Store regulations or the current legislation of the Russian Federation







16. Scenario of using your
personal data


1. Booking:

Choose our scooter parking lot on the map in our

 choose a scooter from the suggested list;

 choose the rental type (per-minute or hourly);

 choosing a bank card to pay for scooter rental;

 select a promo code (if available);

 tap on the"book" icon:

 After that, you have a free 5-minute wait to
get your scooter;

 after five minutes of free waiting,
the paid wait starts;

you agree
to use the reserved scooter, or cancel and pay for waiting
for the reserved scooter to be used.


2. Using a scooter:

When you are in our scooter parking lot, you approach and use our
app to scan the QR code located on the scooter of your choice or enter its
number manually;

 choose the rental type (per-minute or hourly);

choosing a bank card to pay for scooter rental;

select a promo code (if available);

 tap on the "start trip" icon;

start using the scooter, for
safety reasons, every 60 minutes, regardless of whether you have completed the trip or
not, and regardless of the type of scooter rental (hourly or per minute)
you will be automatically debited for 60 minutes of using our
scooter, and you will receive a notification that you will
have an automatic renewal at the same rate of the scooter rental (to cancel the
rental, you will need to finish the rental of the scooter by returning it to the parking lot);

After using the scooter, you must park our
scooter in one of the parking lots that can be seen on the map in the app;

 if you decide to pick up our
scooter for free in the parking lot or decide on your own the procedure for paying for its rent
specified in this scenario – the alarm goes off on the scooter (at a distance of 2 meters from
the parking place) and you will be considered
a scooter thief with detention and criminal liability.;

in order to finish the ride (rental) of our
scooter, you need to put the scooter in the parking lot correctly (like
parked scooters);

in case of incorrect parking of our scooter at
the end of its lease (for example, throw it on the ground near or within the parking lot)
– the rental period continues and the rental fee continues
to accrue until you park our scooter correctly.