Just days after Mayor David Briley announced a set of rules and ordinances for electronic scooters, a new company has placed their vehicles all around Nashville.
Lime Scooters have started appearing around town as of early this morning. Similar to Bird, the company who's scooters were banished from the city back in the Spring, Lime is an app-based scooter rental service. $1 paid through the app unlocks the scooter, and after that you're charged 15 cents per minute of riding.
The city's new regulations limit the number of scooters a company is allowed to have in the city limits, an also places restrictions on riders such as not being allowed to ride on sidewalks in business districts.
Check it out the entire article about Lime Scooters and their introduction to Music City below.
Bird's not the only word: Lime scooters are now in Nashville https://t.co/MXBW3v6BJr— Business & Money (@ppscslv) August 31, 2018