How does it work?

Similar to car and bike sharing technology, shared e-scooters will be GPS-enabled and can be rented using the Roll smartphone app. A shared e-scooter can be parked in a designated drop zone that is not impeding pedestrian traffic. It is then available for the next customer, who will be able to locate it and begin the rental using an application on their phone.

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1. What is an e-scooter?
2. How does it work?
3. What company is providing the e-scooters to Cochrane?
4. Where can scooters be used?
5. How will rider safety be managed?
6. Do I need to wear a helmet to ride an e-scooter?
7. Do I have to return the e-scooter where I found it?
8. What is the speed limit for e-scooters?
9. What age can ride the e-scooters?
10. What is rider etiquette for e-scooters?
11. Will e-scooter rules be enforced?
12. What is the rule on impaired riders?
13. How do I report an e-scooter that is left on my property or left on the sidewalk?
14. What if an e-scooter is parked improperly and blocking the sidewalk, requires maintenance or other concerns?
15. How does the Town of Cochrane support the e-scooter program?