How are lime electric scooters charged?

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Date created: Wed, Mar 17, 2021 9:57 AM
Date updated: Mon, Aug 8, 2022 7:00 PM


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  • How does Lime-S get charged? Our Lime-S electric scooters are monitored remotely by both local staff and an independent team of Lime Juicers. When a scooter is running low on power, our Juicers will pick it up, charge the battery and then redeploy the Lime-S out in the community.

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You can even be a charger for more companies at once, and you’ll be happy to know that the electric scooters use very similar cables, so you can charge a Lime scooter with a Bird charger. The way you collect scooters is you first see them on the app’s map. The map shows you which scooters need to be picked up and charged.

How the Lime Scooter Charger Gig Works. As a Lime Juicer, most of your work will be made up of charging tasks, which you can accept as it fits your schedule. These tasks involve picking up (otherwise known as “harvesting”) scooters from the street and bringing them back to your home to fully charge.

Because Lime scooters are electric, they need to be charged regularly – and that’s where you come in. Lime employs contract scooter chargers, whom they call “juicers”, to pick scooters up off the streets and charge them every night after 9:00 p.m.

How does Lime-E get charged? Our Lime-E electric assist bikes are equipped with locking, swappable battery packs that we monitor and charge remotely, then replace when they're in need of a little juice.

Lime is testing a new feature that allows its workforce of "juicers" to reserve a scooter before scooping it up for charging. In this way, juicers can claim a scooter before arriving at its location.

To start any Lime ride, regardless of time or distance, is $1.00. No matter where you are or when you are using a scooter, you have to pay this $1.00 fee. This fee is charged to your credit card directly through the Lime app. After the $1.00 start fee, the scooters cost $0.15 per minute.

Riders can locate and unlock scooters using the company’s smartphone app, and after paying the $1 unlocking fee are charged 15 cents per minute during use.

You sign up through the app or online and you are known as a harvester complete some online training the App shows you what scooters need to be charged you pick them up bring them back to your place charge them with company Supply Chargers then deploy them back to places where the company says they are needed.

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