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OjO is the premiere scooter rideshare program. OjO knows every city is different. That's why we work with cities to address their unique needs and challenges in rideshare before we arrive.

OjO is changing the rideshare experience for good by allowing the rider to completely customize their riding experience:

• Sit or Stand.
• Play music or Listen to podcasts over OjO's bluetooth speakers.
• Charge your phone thru the onboard USB port.

With OjO's 25-mile range and 20 mph speed, you're going places. Rent an OjO and ride smarter, travel safer, and go further… OjO on!

Find OjOs nearby right from the app.

The OjO app allows you to:

• Sign up and set up your OjO account
• Find available scooters
• Track your ride – miles, duration, route
• Report a problem with an OjO
• Manage your account and payment information

What’s New

Version 2.21.2

Various stability improvements

Ratings and Reviews

3.4 out of 5
60 Ratings

60 Ratings

Vebell1221 ,

Fun novelty but not ready for use

So first off I couldn’t submit my drivers license because there’s no option for the District of Columbia. Which I get is a little unique but there is no state that the US Capitol is in and it has its own license. Second when I rented the scooter finally it said “scroll down to agree” I scrolled for awhile. Turned it off. Turned it on. Did it again. Finally got four blank white boxes that I clicked and hit submit, don’t actually know what I agreed to because there was no text. Got the scooter rented but there was no battery despite it saying it was full. Quit. Rented another. It worked. After I tried to submit a ticket but again there were three white boxes that said “report issue” and I have no idea which I clicked because there was no text so I hope it went through so I can get my money back for the first ride. It could be cool but it’s not quite there yet.

Matt21193487 ,

Good start not perfect

I live in Hoboken NJ who just got a pilot of Ojo and Limes. Last night at around 7 PM i was walking from a bar to my apartment (approx 1 mile) in a full suit. I hit over half a dozen Ojo stations and tried to unlock around a dozen bikes for them ALL to be out of battery or unavailable. The sun was still up, it wasn’t night time I see no reason for them to have been deactivated. If they were all 100% truly out of battery then there needs to be new systems in place so that bikes are available at all times of peak use. I ended up walking back over a mile because i zig zagged between streets full of sweat.

Fantastic idea to disrupt the transportation game but execution needs more work.

pbezanis ,

Fun scooter but poor parking system

The parking system relies on GPS and a narrowly defined permitted parking zone established by the app. I spent 20 minutes standing in the parking zone with other parked ojos without the app GPS accepting my location. I ended up having to pay the 20$ fee to park outside the parking zone, which was refunded, although not all the extra time I spent trying to get the gps to acknowledge my location.

App Privacy

The developer, OjO Electric, LLC, 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 Linked to You

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

  • Financial Info
  • Contact Info
  • Identifiers

Data Not Linked to You

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

  • Location
  • Usage Data

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


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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