Started in San Fransisco, Spin is now taking over Washington D.C. with their electric scooter sharing platform.
The company decided to build the hubs to contribute to more orderly sidewalks and public areas, according to a press release. Spin Hubs will also provide a centralized place to store the escooters and help avoid traffic clutter.
.@ridespin is expanding in the DC area with its new Spin Hub charging stations https://t.co/UXIJJ1XpG6 #dctech pic.twitter.com/BpxgX2OHIr— Technical.ly DC (@TechnicallyDC) September 26, 2019
Doing this take out the hassle of the ‘scooter hunters’t that have to charge the electric scooters during the night like with sharing platforms like Bird, Skip and Lime. This is a very hectic job and you see people riding around with multiple electric scooters stacked on each other, says Spin.
Washington D.C. is now the second city where Spin launches their docks next to Tampa, Florida.