Through the Mother City
You can find our electric emmy mopeds just about everywhere within Berlin’s S-Bahn-Ring. The emmy app helps you find and immediately reserve any of the available mopeds near you.
You can find and park our e-mopeds in any of the following neighborhoods: Kreuzberg, Friedrichshain, Prenzlauer Berg, Neukölln, Charlottenburg, Tiergarten, Wedding, Mitte, Tempelhof, Wilmersdorf, and Schöneberg. Our business area is constantly expanding, so expect more neighborhoods to be added to the mix soon!
When you just wanna get away…
Our mopeds are all around the city, but sometimes you find yourself wanting to break free, to get away from it all, do it! But remember that you can only return your moped within our business area, so make sure you have enough battery power to get your emmy home.
How it works
From locating and renting a moped to returning it afterward, we’ve laid out everything you need to know here. Set-up is quick, so you’ll be riding your first emmy moped in no time!
1. Sign up
Super fast and super easy! Fill out the form and have your driver’s license and ID or passport ready. A cover letter would be nice, but it’s not mandatory.
2. Verify your driver's license
Download the emmy app, upload a picture of your license (class B), and we’ll activate your account asap.
Enough of the paperwork – welcome aboard! Locate your first emmy moped in the app and get ready to ride. Maybe a good time to cruise by your in-laws’ house.
How do you start your moped?
Use the UP and DOWN buttons on the left handlebar to switch between the different driving modes. “Go”, “Cruise” and “Boost” vary in acceleration. With “Crawl” you’ll crawl forward or backwards.
How do you return your moped?
Park your moped
Mopeds feel most comfortable when they’re parked in a spot especially for mopeds or in paid parking spaces. Be sure never to park your emmy in the bike lane, the bus lane, or in the way of pedestrians, being mindful not to hinder drivers, riders, or walkers in any way. Also, don’t be blocking any entrances, driveways, or loading zones, entering anyone’s private property, or overlooking a no-parking sign.
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