Rental eBikes for Food Delivery Riders now available at WalkSmart.
Posted 27th March 2020. Category: General.
According to a report published last year; it has been estimated that the online food delivery industry is worth $1.3 billion in Australia.
While the industry data shows the segment isn’t growing as fast as it was, it is here to stay and has become part of our daily lives. This information creates opportunities for people to use a reliable, high quality, rental scooter for Uber Eats, Deliveroo etc.. to earn an income. As per the latest reports, it is deduced that the Australians opt for food delivery once a week and their normal mode of transport is via e-bike.
All the e-bikes are mostly supplied with a helmet, substantial steel lock, front basket and lights. Hence, it is best to rent a model of your choice with hours of reliable running on a single charge plus all maintenance is taken care of within the low rental fee.
Our bikes will often give you between 5 to 7 hours of delivery work per charge, maybe more depending on how much you pedal. These bikes have a throttle to operate the motor, but the rider needs to pedal as well. It is not a moped or a motorcycle. You’ll be able to do lots more deliveries in a shift though compared to an ordinary bicycle.
What are the additional benefits of renting a scooter or e-bike from WalkSmart?
Yes, indeed, renting a scooter for Uber Eats that is reliable and has a low weekly cost that includes servicing plus accidental damage cover is possible now. We have made it simple to be a Uber Eats rider with our low-cost scooter rental service that is paid weekly with no lock-in contracts. It is inclusive of;
- Accidental Damage Cover
- Unlimited km’s
- Emergency replacement
- Phone holder
Can you use a scooter for Uber Eats?
It is easy to use a scooter for Uber Eats to do food deliveries in Brisbane or Canberra area and earn extra income. It is economical and is environment friendly and ultimately helps you maximise your daily revenue. Here is why using a scooter for Uber Eats is a good idea;
- Low running costs vs using other modes of transport.
- You can get through traffic easier by lane filtering to make deliveries faster compared to a car.
- It is easier to park a scooter when delivering in busy suburbs.
WalkSmart recommends that you check your local state laws and regulations in relation to using electric scooters in public locations, roads and footpaths. Laws vary state by state and therefore may limit use to private locations only. Each local body is reviewing public electric scooter use, so we expect it to be regulated, but legal in all states within the short term. Feel free to contact WalkSmart if you have any further queries.