Denver, we can’t wait for you to try out our dockless electric scooters. Before you do, it is very important that you know the following tips to keep yourself and the sidewalks safe.
Download the App: Get the Razor Share app to begin the fast process. You will need a valid driver’s license and credit card to start riding. Our scooters are easy to get used to. Even if you’re a little rusty at first, you’ll be a pro in no time.
Scooters are for Sidewalks: Always ride on the sidewalks. In Denver, scooters are meant to be ridden on the sidewalk. That’s the state law. Always yield to Denverites walking about and no riding in the bike lanes.
Areas to Avoid Scooting: Please avoid e-scooting in the following areas:
Safety is #1: Razor dockless scooters are exclusively one user at a time. Only adults who are 18 and over with a driver’s license can ride.
Park Respectfully: Riding a Razor is all about having fun and enjoying life, while being respectful of everyone else. Leave the scooters parked in an upright position close to an in-place bike rack. It’s important that no scooter is left blocking pedestrian flow, blocking driveways, sidewalk ramps, or business entrances.
Razor Riders are Smart Riders: As you’ve heard (https://razor.com/blog/hello-denver-mile-high-city/), we find your town to be an exciting one. The Denver Beer Trail is definitely on our must-do list, but we won’t be riding scooters afterwards. So remember, absolutely no riding e-scooters under the influence. Follow this simple rule, and we can keep the road safe for everyone.
Scooting is a stress-free way to enjoy the day. Keep these tips in mind and we will have no scooter problems. For more info on the city’s regulations checkout Denver’s Public Works guidelines, click here. If you’re planning on using public transportation after or before scooting, check out RTD’s guide on scooters.