Voi – e-scooter & e-bike hire 17+

Electric scooter hire service

VOI Technology AB

    • Free

iPhone Screenshots


Rent an e-scooter or e-bike with just a tap on your phone, and get anywhere in the city within minutes. Simply download the free Voi app, create an account and get rolling!

Voi provides a new level of mobility to urban dwellers who want to move around freely and conveniently without compromising the environment. So swap the tube, bus or car (and skip the hassle of parking!) for a shared electric scooter or e-bike and zip around the city in style, while leaving no carbon footprint. Rolling along the streets on an e-scooter or e-bike is the perfect way to explore a new city, or simply experience your own hometown from a different perspective.

1. Get the free Voi app and create an account.
2. Find an e-scooter or e-bike nearby using the in-app map.
3. Unlock the vehicle by scanning the QR code on the handlebar.
4. Set off on the e-scooter or e-bike and get to your destination in no time.

The Voi electric scooter is an excellent choice for when you need to quickly get somewhere within a somewhat shorter distance, while the e-bike is ideal for longer routes.

Ride more for less with a monthly subscription, get a day pass or simply pay as you go. Prices vary depending on the city – check the Voi app for the exact prices that apply in your area.

Soar along the streets of Europe! Voi lets you explore 100+ towns and cities around the continent, by two wheels. Check to see if there’s an e-scooter or e-bike available where you are – go to cities.voi.com/city.

Road safety is everyone’s responsibility. The choices you make while riding an electric scooter or e-bike affect not only you, but all your fellow road users, as well. So let’s get it right!

Be sure to know the rules of the road before setting off on an e-scooter or e-bike. Stick to the bike lanes or close to the side curb, and stay off pavements. Never ride under the influence, and always wear a helmet to keep your head safe. Oh, and no twin-riding – one person per e-scooter or e-bike at a time.

If you haven’t used an electric scooter before – activate reduced-speed mode in the app. This caps the max speed of the scooter, allowing you to start off slow while learning to operate the vehicle.

Proper parking is a matter of safety and accessibility. Keep yourself informed of your local rules and regulations in regards to e-scooter and e-bike parking – and follow them. Always park the vehicle standing upright, using the kickstand and be sure not to obstruct the path of pedestrians, cyclists or other vehicles.

RideSafe Academy provides micro courses that teach you essential knowledge and helpful tips on local electric scooter and e-bike traffic rules and rider safety – all in a fun and engaging way. Boost your road confidence and get rewarded with a free Voi ride! The courses are freely available to all, and in several languages. Go to ridesafe.voi.com.

What’s New

Version 7.79.1

Hi there, rider!

We are always striving to make your experience with Voi even better and more awesome. So make sure you have automatic updates turned on to stay up-to-date!

Improvements in this version include:
- Usability improvements and bug fixes

Until next time, have a good one!

Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
72.6K Ratings

72.6K Ratings

B3n50n ,

Great start

I’ve only used another of these scooter systems one other time, and that was in LA (Bird) this system works very similar, only more restrictive with the need of a driver’s license. This makes sense because these scooters can reach 20mph and are intended for the road.
For where I needed to get around Bristol, these worked very well, until I had to park, the developers really need to look at including more parking spots. Especially near bike racks.
When I installed the app there was anew feature that provided routes to places, so definitely worth using just for that. It does drain your battery though.
The other cool feature is when you need to ride post-sunset. The app gives you a little reaction test to tap the helmets in the screen as quickly as possible. It’s never a good idea to operate machines after drinking alcohol, however everyone reacts differently to its effects and this test is a great way of testing if you have drank over your mentally capable limit.
Great start to a promising system. May you expand to more cities in the UK soon.

ziz209 ,

Good - but not GREAT!

I thoroughly enjoyed my use of the Voi scooters today, although when parking, twice on separate occasions, it took FOREVER for the GPS on the scooter to finally engage the location that I left them in. I was stuck waiting for a few minutes for the scooter to realise that I actually had left it in an allocated parking location. All the while, I was being charged. So pleased that I have them at my fingertips, but would really appreciate the GPS being worked on so that I’m not waiting for, what seems like an eternity, them to realise I am in a designated parking zone.
Also - my brother scored 1 out of 5 on the ‘how inebriated are you?’ Helmet tapping scale, and the scooter unlocked just fine. What’s the point of doing that if you’re going to give someone the power to drive when they’re ****ed?!
Still fun though. Fo sho.

Steve224466 ,

Incompetent money grabbers

All the things I dislike about VOI: 1. They’re terrible at regulating the capacity of the vehicle pickup points. Very often in the city centre where I live there are simply no scooters to be found. Other times all the zones are full and you can’t park. 2. When you can’t park they have the audacity to keep charging you while you look for another space! Imagine a taxi driver arriving at your house and saying “actually I’m not dropping you off here. We’re going to keep driving *and* you’re going to pay for it” 3. As a user you receive anonymous, patronising emails about the need to take better photos of your scooter. Clearly a bot is making these assessments as there is usually nothing wrong with the photo. 4. Large parts of the city where I live have been inexplicably marked as no riding zones, including the area around my local train station Cambridge North which is just dumb and annoying. It’s a wide road used by buses and bikes - so why can’t you scoot there? VOI used to allow this but one day decided you couldn’t.

App Privacy

The developer, VOI Technology AB, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Used to Track You

The following data may be used to track you across apps and websites owned by other companies:

  • Contact Info
  • Identifiers

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Purchases
  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Health & Fitness
  • Financial Info
  • Identifiers
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary based on, for example, the features you use or your age. Learn More


  • Wallet

    Get all of your passes, tickets, cards, and more in one place.

You Might Also Like

Ryde - Always nearby
TIER - Move Better
emmy: electric moped sharing
MILES Carsharing & Transport
Dott – Unlock your city
Forest - eBike Sharing