SAN DIEGO (KGTV) – Dockless scooter company Lime was accompanied by a 10News crew as they hit the streets Wednesday to collect scooters from San Diego streets.
Lime is one of several electric ride-sharing scooter companies operating in San Diego, with a fleet of close to 4,500 throughout the city.
The company, one of the first scooter operators in the city, said they have sent crews out on patrols to make sure their vehicles are not left out in the sidewalks and right of ways from the get-go.
Recently, the city created corrals for the scooters, and Lime crews have made sure that their scooters are parked in the designated zones.
The Lime crews are continually educating riders about where to park and what the scooter riding rules are in the city.
Lime’s patrols run regularly between 4 a.m. to 10 p.m.