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The Covid Crisis Could Finally Make the Scooter Industry Profitable

As cities reopen, scooters seem safer than public transportation

A Lime electric scooter is parked on a street in Santa Monica, California, on July 13, 2018. Photo: Robyn Beck/AFP/Getty Images

Earlier this year, as Covid-19 began to spread worldwide and major cities went on lockdown, micromobility scooter companies took a major hit. With almost no customers out on the streets, newfound fears of foreign surfaces, and rampant concern…




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