E-scooters in Europe: The new everyday way to travel

A man riding a scooter with a helmet through a European historic landscape with cobblestone streets.

2 years ago

Now more than ever, our cities need a break from streets clogged with cars, pollution, and overpacked public transit. That’s where e-scooters come in.

Over the past few years, e-scooters have grown in popularity as a natural way to navigate our cities and day-to-day lives. They’re most notably a favorite in European capitals, where the infrastructure, network and city landscapes are perfect for it. With dedicated bike lanes, clear parking guidelines, and in-app safety tips for riders, getting around by e-scooter is a no-brainer. It’s a sustainable, affordable and efficient way to get from A to B – and you’ll find them around just about every corner.

Explore our infographic below for more about how and why riders love Dott, and where we’re headed in the near future.

An infographic with 4 sections. The first displays rider stats in Lyon, Brussels and Paris. The second shows who most often rides, with riders from 18 to 45. The third section shows riders like Dott because it saves on time, is pleasant, and always accessible. The fourth section shows how we’re sustainable, locally integrated, and launching e-bikes soon.