Lime, the self-service scooter company, is working with the cettefoisjevote.eu campaign – which in turn is led by the European Parliament – to encourage European citizens to vote in the upcoming European elections.
In Brussels and all the other European cities where the company operates, Lime will be offering free travel and helmets to EU citizens on the 26th of May, the date of the European elections.
To take advantage of the free service, simply download the Lime application. A promotional code will then be sent to you on the morning of election day, and will remain valid in Belgium between 6am and 9pm. (Similar systems will be implemented in France, Germany, Austria, Denmark, Greece, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden and the Czech Republic.)
Lime is keen to remind scooter users to follow the rules of good driving. In particular, they wish to emphasise the importance of wearing a helmet, of driving on the road and bike paths, of obeying the rules of the road, of not driving faster than 25 km/h, and of parking one’s scooter responsibly (that is, without hindering the passage of other road users).