At GCOO, safety is our top priority. We believe that it's our responsibility to ensure that our riders have a safe and enjoyable experience every time they use our service. That's why we have implemented a number of safety measures to help protect our riders and the communities we serve.
Wearing a Helmet
We believe that wearing a helmet is one of the most important things you can do to protect yourself while riding a scooter. We also recommend that you wear comfortable, close-toed shoes and clothing that covers your arms and legs to minimize the risk of injury in case of an accident.
We require that all of our riders have a valid driver's license to use our service. This is to ensure that all of our riders are experienced and knowledgeable about traffic laws and safe driving practices. We also verify the identity of all of our users to prevent fraud and ensure the safety of our community.
Single Rider Only
We only allow one person per scooter to ensure that our riders are safe and comfortable. Riding with a passenger or exceeding the weight limit can cause instability and increase the risk of accidents. We also recommend that you avoid using your phone or any other distractions while riding to ensure that you're fully focused on the road.
No Driving Under the Influence
We have a zero-tolerance policy when it comes to driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Doing so puts yourself and others on the road at risk. If you're planning on drinking, we recommend that you make alternative transportation arrangements to ensure your safety.
Following traffic laws
GCOO scooter sharing prioritizes rider safety, emphasizing the importance of adhering to local traffic laws. Riders must abide by speed limits, yield to pedestrians, follow road signs, and signal their intentions when turning or changing lanes. By diligently observing these regulations, riders can ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for all road users.
Not allowed to ride on the sidewalk
As a responsible rider, it is crucial to remember that riding scooters on sidewalks is not allowed. Instead, scooters should be operated on the road, adhering to traffic rules and regulations. This minimizes the risk of accidents involving pedestrians and ensures a safer experience for all road users. Please be mindful of your surroundings and prioritize safety while using our scooter sharing service.