Prague, Warsaw and Stockholm are among the first wave of European markets to gain access to Lime electric scooters directly from within the Uber app.
Google Maps users now have even easier access to Lime electric scooters and bikes, and the implications for city commuting could be big.
The new feature helps riders easily locate and access nearby scooters after attempting to unlock a vehicle that is unavailable.
Scooter riders from Europe to Latin America can now unlock up to five Lime electric scooters on the same account.
One of the most requested Lime features is making its global debut this week, allowing riders to reserve a scooter up to 15 minutes prior to unlocking it.
After months of testing and evaluation, Lime’s Juicer Reserve feature has been rolled out globally to more than 100 cities.
Lime riders in select cities can now reserve an electric scooter up to 15 minutes before their ride.
Lime Juicers in select cities can now claim low-battery scooters for “harvesting” before arriving at their location.
Lime’s integration with Google Maps is growing, allowing more riders to locate nearby electric scooters and bikes in more than 80 new cities around the world.