Bounce completes 3 crore e-rides on its dockless scooter sharing platform, Auto News, ET Auto Leave a comment


 Bounce Share’s patented keyless technology, allows customers to pick up or drop the bike in any legalised parking across the city, the release added.
Bounce Share’s patented keyless technology, allows customers to pick up or drop the bike in any legalised parking across the city, the release added.


New Delhi:
Smart mobility company Bounce Share (Bounce) said that it crossed 3 crore rides accounting for more than 17 crore shared kilometers on its dockless scooter sharing platform.

Vivekananda Hallekere, CEO and co-founder, Bounce, said, “From the apprehension that dockless and unsupervised scooter sharing wouldn’t work in India to crossing 30 million rides, we have come a long way. The past 2 years have been slow with COVID but it’s getting more exciting with Bounce building its own EVs and battery swapping infrastructure.”

“We at Bounce Share believe that access to mobility is access to livelihood. We are proud and happy to share that we have crossed 30 million rides which are over 170 million shared kilometers,” he added.

According to a media release, the company has also set up a battery-swapping network through prominent partnerships that can be accessed via Bounce App. It recently announced a series of partnerships with brands such as Nobroker, Park+, Readyassist, Kitchens@, HelloWorld, and Goodbox to set up infrastructure to support a million+ scooters in the next 12-24 months.

“While we continue to make mobility accessible and affordable to all, we have been 100% electric and all rides are EV rides. We also launched Bounce Infinity to enable electric mobility to millions of Indians who can’t switch to electric for many reasons. One of the key USPs of Bounce Infinity would be that you can share these scooters like Airbnb when you are not using it,” Hallekere said.

Bounce Share’s patented keyless technology, allows customers to pick up or drop the bike in any legalized parking across the city, the release added.

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The partnership will provide 2000 commercial two-wheelers to gain access to 175-plus swap stations across Delhi-NCR, the company said.





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