Berlin, May 20, 2020 – TIER Mobility, the leading European provider of micro-mobility solutions, is the first e-scooter company worldwide to launch an integrated helmet solution. The inhouse developed smartbox, with a foldable helmet is launching today in Paris and Berlin, with a plan for more than 5000 e-scooters to be rolled out across the
Multimodal offering from TIER starts in Berlin just two months after the acquisition of the former “Coup” mopeds – other cities will follow In addition to e-scooters, e-mopeds are now available in the TIER app TIER mopeds can be rented for 19 cents/minute (+ 1 € unlock fee) A big step for TIER to provide
As lockdowns are slowly being lifted, societies are looking for ways how to return to more normal lives while still trying to stick to physical distancing best practicesCrowded public transport can make governmental instructions of physical distancing especially difficultTIER is launching a new ‘Commute with TIER’ offer to give commuters a safe alternative transportation that
TIER Mobility acquires ca. 5000 e-mopeds from Coup, including the charging infrastructureLaunch in Berlin is planned for May, further cities to be announcedIntegrated rental of e-mopeds and e-scooters in the future via the TIER appA big step for TIER in building a multimodal offering that provides cities with end-to-end mobility concepts from a single sourceBerlin,
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