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Shared scooter

Get around town with a shared scooter! Open the NS app now to find one near you.

The advantages of a shared scooter

Easy to find

The scooters are available in 9 cities. Book yours in the NS app.

Explore the city on a budget

No plan required and pay as you go. Fair's fair!

Green choice

A clean, quick and agile way to get to your destination. Ready for the future?

How do I use the shared scooter?

Do you love the idea of exploring the city on a shared scooter? Find them in the NS app and register 

  1. Open the NS app and go to Near me.
  2. Check the map to instantly see whether there's a shared scooter near you.
  3. Found one? Click on the scooter to finalise your reservation.

Download the app

If you don't have the NS app yet, download it for free from the App Store or Google Play.

Where can I find shared scooters?

Our shared scooters are available in Rotterdam, Amsterdam, The Hague, Breda, Groningen, Leeuwarden, Enschede, Amersfoort and Zwolle. Open the NS app to see whether there's a shared scooter near you. Click on a scooter to select it. The app will then give you directions to get from your current destination to your scooter. You'll always have 10 minutes to get to the scooter, so you don't have to rush.

How much do shared scooters cost?

You can rent a shared scooter from EUR 0.25 per minute, with a starting rate of EUR 0.50. In Breda and Groningen, the starting rate is EUR 0.75.

You can park the scooter and pause your ride for EUR 0.10 per minute.

Good to know

  • To drive an electric moped, you need a driving license for motorbikes (type A) and / or cars (type B) or a moped certificate.
  • You have to park your electric moped within the service area, in the same place where other mopeds are parked.
  • When wearing a helmet is mandatory, you'll find two helmets in a case on the moped. Whether you have to wear a helmet depends on the following: On a moped with a blue license plate (max. speed 25 km/h) wearing a helmet is not mandatory. On a scooter with a yellow license plate (max. 45 km/h), it is.