Shared scooters

Scooters are a handy transport option for getting around the city. They are flexible, easy to park and environment-friendly if you choose an electric scooter. What’s more, you don’t even need to buy a scooter. You can now easily rent electric scooters from various providers in Antwerp.

Scooty

Scooty is an electric scooter sharing system, in Antwerp and Brussels. 

How does it work?
•    The scooters are parked in a specific zone in the city centre. The zone is displayed on the website and in the app.
•    You may ride your scooter within the boundaries of the city of Antwerp as long as you return the scooter to the zone after using it.
•    Locate a scooter and start it using the Scooty app.
•    You can find two helmets and two hairnets in the case.
•    A journey costs 25 cents a minute, 5 minutes when you stop.

Conditions for using a Scooty:
•    You have a driving licence for cars or a class B motorbike driving licence.
•    You are 18 years or older.
•    You have a credit card.

Scooty offers free driving lessons for inexperienced users.

Website: www.scootysharing.be

Poppy shared scooters

In the summer of 2018,  Poppy, which is known for its ecological shared cars, also launched a pilot project with 25 electric shared scooters. If the scooters are a success, Poppy intends to increase their number in the future.

How does it work?

•    The scooters are parked in the zone, which includes the entire city of Antwerp, excluding Ekeren and Berendrecht-Zandvliet-Lillo. 
•    You may ride the scooter in the zone. 
•    Locate a scooter and start it using the Poppy app. 
•    You can find two helmets and two hairnets in the case.
•    A journey costs 25 cents a minute, 10 minutes when you stop. 

Conditions for using the Poppy shared scooters:

•    You have a valid driving licence for 24 months already. Check the terms and conditions for your driving licence on the Poppy website.
•    You are 18 years or older.
•    You have a credit card.

Website: www.poppy.be