Renting vs Buying an eScooter!
Posted 30th December 2019. Category: General.
Electric Scooters are changing how our society commutes! They are becoming popular in cities around the world, Munich, Athens, LA, Russia, for good reason! They are affordable, saving time and money for the consumers that ride them! They are smaller, more compact and versatile than a bike; they don't get stuck in traffic like a car, and are much more reliable than public transport!
Now you can rent with WalkSmart. Buying an electric scooter is a large outright purchase. We've spoken, listened and learnt from our customers in-store. Customers do not want the risk or hassle of repairs, servicing and general maintenance that is required. They want a loan scooter when it's in-store getting fixed. They want to upgrade to new models as they get released, and they don't want to waste time and money re-selling or disposing of when necessary.
Renting is the perfect combination of great value and what customers actually want from an eScooter. Renting is on a pre-paid month-to-month basis, and does not require a deposit.
The WalkSmart FlexiRental plan is designed to suit customers who value their time and do not want the hassle of maintaining, servicing and fixing their scooters. Leave that to us and use one of our scooters!
And what about for more than one year? After the second year again, the customer will always be given the option to buy outright a new scooter which will (including the credit from rental payments) be more financially viable than owning!
Contact a team member at WalkSmart today, and come in for a test drive! Rent for one month, and see how you can save time and money on transport! If you don't like, simply don't renew your rental for the second month!
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.