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 01 —  FAQ 

 01 —  FAQ 

 01 —  FAQ 

 01 —  FAQ 

 01 — FAQ 

          01 — HOW IT WORKS

          01.01 — do I need a license?

          01 — HOW IT WORKS

01.1 — How do I download the app?

          01.4 — do I need insurance?

          01.04 — do I need insurance?

          01.5 — how long does the battery last?

          01.05 — how long does the battery last?

          03 — SAFETY

          04 — PRICES AND PAYMENT

04.1 — how much does it cost?

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          01.1 — How do I download the app?

          01.01 — do I need a license?

01.1 — How do I download the app?

To download the DASHEE app, simply click here and you’ll automatically be redirected to the download page for your mobile device. You can also search “DASHEE” in both the App store, and Google Play store.

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          01.2 — where can I park?

          01.02 — minimum age?

01.2 — where can I park?

You can park in all scooter designated parking areas, that are located in almost any street in the Miami Beach/ South Beach area.

Even if the scooters are really easy to ride, the minimum age is 18 years old due to insurance conditions.

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          01.3 — can I use a Dashee outside of the home zone?

          01.03 — can I drive with B license?

01.3 — can I use a Dashee outside of the home zone?

You are able to drive your DASHEE scooter outside of the home zone, yet you are not allowed to end your ride, nor will you be able to. You are allowed to make a stopover while out of the home zone but to end the ride you must return scooter to the home zone. Parking your DASHEE scooter will only be possible inside of the designated home zones. Click here to find all of the DASHEE home zones

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          01.4 — where am I allowed to drive a Dashee?

          01.4 — do I need insurance?

          01.04 — do I need insurance?

01.4 — where am I allowed to drive a Dashee?

You can only ride your DASHEE scooter on the street, as you would any regular car or scooter. You are not allowed to drive in bike lanes, bike paths, and sidewalks as well as interstates and highways. Please respect and obey all traffic laws and regulations. Please refer to our safe scooter riding tutorial here.

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          01.5 — should I charge the battery myself?

          01.5 — how long does the battery last?

          01.05 — how long does the battery last?

01.5 — should I charge the battery myself?

Our team members take care of charging the batteries and having the scooters fully equipped, and ready to go. In case the battery of your DASHEE scooter runs out, simply end your session and find a scooter near by with sufficient battery, so you could start a new session and finish your journey.

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          02.1 — do I need a license?

          01.06 — where can I park?

02.1 — do I need a license?

To drive a DASHEE scooter you will need a valid US driver’s license, in class E. And a B class driver’s license for all foreign driving licenses.

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          02.2 — what is the minimum age?

          01.07 — how to make a stopover?

02.2 — what is the minimum age?

You must be of 18 years and older to legally drive a DASHEE scooter.

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          02.3 — where can I find the scooter documentation?

          01.08 — how can I recognize Dashee?

02.3 — where can I find the scooter documentation?

In case a legal officer asks you for your DASHEE scooter documentation and registration, you will be able to find them under the tag of the scooter, located in the rear fender of the vehicle.

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          03.1 — do I have to wear a helmet?

          01.09 — how do I get the app?

03.1 — do I have to wear a helmet?

Yes, by Florida law you, or any person that is with you on the scooter, must wear a helmet at all times. Also, the DASHEE driver must wear proper eye gear while driving the scooter.

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          03.2 — can I carry a passenger?

          01.10 — how does the app work?

03.2 — can I carry a passenger?

Yes, Absolutely! As long as you comply with all the safety laws and regulations, we encourage you to invite a friend to enjoy the ride with you!

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          04.1 — how much does it cost?

          01.11 — how to book it?

04.1 — how much does it cost?

Our DASHEE scooters are absolutely free to unlock, and cost $0.17 per minute, or simply $8 per each hour ridden. At the end of each ride you will receive a simplified invoice directly to your email, with the amount of minutes ridden and your total ride cost.

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          04.2 — how do I pay?

04.2 — how do I pay?

You will be charged directly to the credit/debit card you entered in the registration process. You will also be able to add or change your credit card under ‘Payment’ in the DASHEE app.

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