Account & payment

How does ID verification work?

How does ID verification work?

We check rider’s IDs as required by the city (currently only Lyon & Verona) to make sure you’re over 18 and to verify your identity. To ride Dott, you’ll need to have an ID, passport or driver’s license so we can double-check your age and identity, which is also needed for insurance purposes. All this means everyone out on the road is riding safely and by the rules.

We’ll send you a push notification right after your first ride so you can easily scan and add your ID. The process only takes a minute or two – just scan your ID and it’ll get processed immediately, then you’re ready to ride! 

 

We're also checking rider IDs in Verona. Riders there will get a message in the app after the fifth ride prompting them to verify their ID before they can take their next ride. The steps are then the same and it only takes a minute or two – just scan your ID and it’ll get processed immediately, then you’re ready to take your next ride! 

Some extra tips:

  • Trouble scanning your ID? Get in touch with us at support@ridedott.com and we’ll be happy to help.
  • Unfortunately, if you’re underage you won’t be able to ride with us. Check back in a year or two once you're 18 or older. ;) 

 

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