E‑Scooter & E‑Bike Rentals in Washington, DC
Lime, the world’s largest provider of shared electric vehicles, has been operating its sustainable mobility service since September 2017 in Washington DC. We are proud to deploy a total fleet of 5,000 of our new and industry-leading Gen4 scooters and e-bikes which come equipped with a swappable, interchangeable battery that optimizes the efficiency and sustainability of its operations.
Find your ride in Washington, DC
Communities thrive when people can seamlessly access jobs, retail and community. That’s why we’re dedicated to providing sustainable transportation to all, regardless of income.
Lime Access is our industry-leading affordability program, providing discounted rides to those who qualify. It also comprises a text-to-unlock and cash payment service in Washington DC to reduce the impact of the digital divide and ensure smartphones and credit cards are never barriers to sustainable transportation.
DC Rules of the Road & Parking
Users shall ride electric mobility devices in protected bike lanes when available;
Users shall not ride on sidewalks within the Central Business District;
Users shall not operate an e-scooter while carrying any article, including a package or bundle, that hinders the person from keeping both hands on the handlebars; and
Users shall not operate a shared fleet device while wearing a headset, headphone, or earphone, unless the device is being used to improve the hearing of a person with a hearing impairment or the device covers or is inserted in one ear only;
- In DC, all Lime vehicles are equipped with a lock mechanism. Find a permanent object out of the way to lock your vehicle to, and you’re done!
- Sidewalks are called sidewalks for a reason, they’re for walking – not for parking. Never block the passage by parking your e-scooter or e-bike on the sidewalk! Leave a minimum of 3 feet width on the sidewalk for pedestrians and other road users.
Our e-scooters and e-bikes have a kickstand, a handy little tool that allows them to stand straight without having to lay against something. This also prevents them from falling, for example in case of heavy rain and wind.
Never block roads, handicap accessible ramps, parking spots, pedestrian crossings, public transit stops, and so on. Pretty self-explanatory!
Remember to respect businesses such as restaurants and shops. That building wall may look like a great place to park your e-scooter, but certainly not if it stops others from window shopping. Never park next to shop or restaurant windows!
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