The Bolt app is the tool you need to complete your last mile of travel in the city. With this app, you have access to pickup the e-scooter nearest to you, Bolt around and park anywhere in the city.
Micro-mobility is the new, sustainable form of transportation created to reduce your dependency on cars and need to search for a parking spot.
We are available in many US cities and expanding to Europe soon.
Need more information? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This app does use your phone’s GPS which can decrease the battery life.
Various stability improvements and bug fixes.
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Ratings and Reviews
Lots of Low Battery Scooters
The Blot app is super easy to use and the scooters are easy to ride once you get accustomed to them. This is the first weekend they are available in Richmond so it was pretty difficult to find one but I think that will calm down after everyone is done trying them out. The two biggest issues I noticed are that if a scooter has a low battery you can’t rent it but it still shows up on the map. There were a ton of scooters near us but all sitting at 14% or less battery and it won’t actually let you ride them when they are low. They should drop off that map is they aren’t available like that, it is really annoying clicking around on 15 nearby scooters to try and find one that is actually available. The map also doesn’t update automatically. When you finally find one nearby that is not on low battery by the time you walk there it has been grabbed by someone else but the map still shows it as available. You just have to keep killing the app and reopening it to see the most recent locations. It would be nice for the map to automatically refresh when someone picks up a scooter or at least have a way to manually refresh.
A little tricky at first
As I’ve ridden the scooter three times today, I’d say it’s fairly easy once you figure it out. I’ve not had any bank issues other than what it claimed . (Charges that it gives you receipt for and tells you about.) It was less than $3 to go almost 16 blocks. I don’t recommended on streets that are cobblestone or full of potholes - it’s the worst. Other than that. Pretty fun and good so far - it will go 15 mph. (Sounds slow, but it’s not.) Have also not seen what leaving them in red zones people have complained about. I just park it on the sidewalk out of the way.
Overcharged by $18!
Would have just Uber’d if I knew this was going to happen. Never riding bolt again.
I’ve rode other scooters before (“Bird”) and never had issues but I rode one of these about a week ago and when I locked it, it said it was going to charge me about a dollar. I know I pressed the lock button because that’s when it said it was going to charge me about a dollar. Four days later, I’m charged a $5 deposit plus $19 ride charge. I only rode it for about 15 minutes. It says I dropped it off a few blocks past where i actually left it and it says I rode it for 963 minutes. My girlfriend was with me and locked hers in the same way. She only got charged about a dollar. I’m guessing that somehow someone else grabbed mine and started using it with my info after it had been locked.
Reached out to customer support but it says it’s going to take a couple days to get a response.
- Bytelogics Inc Apps
- 87.5 MB
Requires iOS 10.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, Spanish
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
- © 2019 Bolt Mobility Corporation
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.