If you have been out and about, you have probably noticed people riding rented electric scooters. These scooters can be found at designated locations throughout the metro area, offering a low-cost way to get from point A to point B.
Similar to Uber, Lyft, and other ride-sharing companies, Bird and Lime operate through a mobile app. If customers want to “rent” a scooter, they use the app to locate one nearby. Before riding, however, customers are required to sign a “Waiver and Release of Liability.” Depending on which company you rent a scooter from, these waivers may be called either a “Rental Agreement” or “User Agreement.”