Two-wheel micromobility is taking on many forms as it spreads across the globe, from soon to be ubiquitous dockless electric scooters for short-term rental from the likes of Lime, Bird, and JUMP to motorbike ridesharing from Grab in Southeast Asia that includes the additional convenience of a driver. Thailand is even considering legalizing privately owned two-wheel vehicle ridesharing, such as GrabBike. At the same time, traditional docked bike-sharing, deployed across many cities over the past decade, is quickly evolving into dockless electric bike-sharing, for obvious convenience reasons. Larger electric motorbikes are now also becoming available for short term rental in many cities across Europe.
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