Gotcha’s now on the ground in Nashville.2019-06-05T02:13:40+00:00

See the new way to scoot through Music City.

We’re excited to share we’ve officially launched e-scooters in Nashville, TN! The 100%-electric scooters offer a fun, safe, and convenient way to cruise throughout the city and surrounding universities via the Gotcha app.

The nitty-gritty.

The scooters will operate from 6:00 am to 10:00 pm 7 days a week. It costs $1 to unlock a scooter and 15 cents per minute after that. The entire Gotcha fleet is GPS-enabled to make it easy for you to find, unlock, and pick up a scooter via the Gotcha app. Download it today in the Apple App Store or Google Play Store.

Why roll with Gotcha?

Gotcha’s proprietary e-scooters are some of the most advanced on the market, featuring:

  • Enhanced side lights for added safety

  • Large airless tires to tackle any terrain

  • A wide foot pad for increased stability

  • Speeds of up to 15 mph

“We’re excited to offer a custom e-mobility solution for residents, visitors, and college students in the city of Nashville,” said Sean Flood, CEO and founder of Gotcha. “Our model will help connect the campus with the larger community in a safe, efficient, and environmentally friendly way.”

For more information on Gotcha’s e-mobility systems in Nashville, check ‘em out here.

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