Electric scooters have become a fun trend and a great way to explore a city in the last few years thanks to app-based companies like Bird, Lime, Lyft, and Uber showing up in cities across the country and leaving them everywhere around town.
How much does it cost to rent an electric scooter at the San Diego Zoo?
The zoo rents wheelchairs for $14 and shaded electric scooters for $55 on a first come, first served basis if walking distances or hills is challenging for guests in your party.
Are scooters cheaper than Uber?
Every scooter costs $1 to start, but the per-minute pricing varies by company and also depends on a variety of factors. Lyft costs 15 to 29 cents per minute, Uber costs 15 to 30 cents, Lime costs 15 to 32, and Bird costs 15 to 39. All the pricing is generally similar between brands.
Can anyone rent a scooter at Disney?
Rented ECVs and wheelchairs may be used in both Disney California Adventure Park and Disneyland Park. Select Disneyland Resort hotels offer a limited supply of wheelchairs for rent, but ECVs are not available at these locations. Guests must be 18 years of age to operate and a photo ID is required to rent ECVs.