The UK is finally legalizing e-scooters. Know cost, features, challenges, and opportunities to build an e-scooter sharing app in the UK.
The United Kingdom can proudly claim to be the world’s greatest transport innovator. After all, railway, urban metro, and passenger jet were founded in the UK. People in the UK have also adopted such advanced means of transportation way before than other countries.
However, when it comes to adopting the tiny e-scooters, the UK is far behind than the other countries. E-scooter which is considered as the future of mobility has revolutionized the global transportation industry. It has solved many crucial problems related to urban transportation like last-mile connectivity.
Though the e-scooter is very purposeful, the UK government has denied the permit many times in the past over the concern of rider safety. But now when the operators promote and ensure rider safety more aggressively than ever before and now when an e-scooter is one of the best ways to deal with climate change issues, the government of the UK is finally legalizing the use of e-scooters on the public road.
According to the news published on The Guardian and official website of the UK government, e-scooter will be allowed for the first time on the public roads of the UK, under the Department of Transport proposal.
The legalization of the e-scooter is one proposal out of many remarkable proposals of an extensive plan. In addition to legalizing the e-scooter, the extensive plan includes projects to trial medical deliveries to the Isle of Wight using autonomous drones, and a test of self-driving cars between Bristol and Bath.
However, it is worth mentioning that the use of e-scooter will initially only be allowed in four areas which they call ‘future transport zones’. These ‘future transport zones’ are Portsmouth and Southampton; the West of England Combined Authority (WECA); Derby and Nottingham; and the West Midlands.
Many industry experts including our business experts believe that the most unexpected step of the UK government will fuel the micro-mobility industry of Britain and results will start popping up during the upcoming summer. An entrepreneur who wishes to jump into the micro-mobility industry of the UK as the early bird should start planning now as our business experts anticipate that UK authorities will give permits to local micro-mobility startups rather than USA-based micro-mobility startups like many other European countries.
So, if you believe the same and want to build an e-scooter app in the UK, you have come to the right place. In this blog, we will discuss everything about the e-scooter sharing business which you have to know before developing an e-scooter app. We will also discuss the opportunities and challenges associated with the e-scooter sharing business.
How much does it cost to develop an e-scooter app in the UK?
Coruscate is the top e-scooter app development company that has developed 10+ disruptive e-scooter apps for different markets. We accommodate 100+ app developers, app designers, IoT engineers, business experts, and legal advisors who all work together to make your business journey painless.
Our business experts help micro-mobility startups to draft the business plan, decide on the business model, select the e-scooter hardware, and study the market. As if this is not enough, our legal advisors help micro-mobility startups to acquire a permit from the government.
The cost to build an e-scooter app relies on the app development approach you choose.
- To develop a custom e-scooter app with all custom features, we charge somewhere between $15000 to $25000.
- The price to develop the clone version of some popular e-scooter app starts from $10000.
- And our subscription plan for the white label e-scooter app starts from just $500.
To know more about our pricing structures and get the personalized quote, please feel free to contact us. Our one of the senior business experts will welcome you with the free e-scooter app demo and free consultation.
Note: We do not make clones of any exact application, clone means to us is how better we can execute your app idea with existing app features and experience.
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