Mint brings shared e-scooters to Bratislava

People need a smartphone and credit card to rent electric scooters.

Bratislava residents can use Mint's shared electric kick scooters.Bratislava residents can use Mint's shared electric kick scooters. (Source: Segway)

The growing popularity of electric scooters has recently reached Bratislava, and now residents can use shared electric scooters as well.

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The Mint service, run by SoftGate Systems, unexpectedly began to operate in Slovakia’s capital, as reported by the Trend weekly.

It is the first application offering this means of transport to the public in Slovakia, bringing Segway Ninebot ES2 models to Bratislava.

How does it work?

E-scooters are randomly placed within the wider city centre of Bratislava.

People must download the Mint app and register by using their phone number. In addition, they must register a credit card.

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