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Trekk unveils e-scooters sharing service at Lagos State University

Trekk unveils e-scooters sharing service at Lagos State University

In its quest to reduce carbon emissions and promotes a healthier lifestyle, Trekk Scooters, Nigeria’s leading e-scooters sharing company has announced the launch of its services at Lagos State University (LASU), Ojo.

Isaac Oyedokun, executive officer at Trekk said the company was thrilled to introduce its e-scooter services to the university community.

“Our goal is to provide students and faculty members with a safe, convenient, and sustainable mode of transportation that reduces traffic congestion and promotes a greener environment,” Oyedokun said.

With the launch of the scooters, students and faculty members will be able to rent and ride e-scooters on campus, providing a convenient and sustainable mode of transportation.

The launch of Trekk scooters at LASU marks a significant milestone in the company’s mission to provide efficient and eco-friendly transportation solutions to communities worldwide.

Oyedokun further disclosed that with the increasing demand for sustainable transportation options, Trekk is proud to offer a reliable, affordable solution that reduces carbon emissions and promotes a healthier lifestyle.

He explained that to use the e-scooter service, students and faculty members can download the Trekk mobile app, sign up, and locate the nearest available e-scooter on campus.

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“With a simple scan of the QR code, users can unlock the e-scooter and start their ride. The app also provides information on available e-scooters, payment options, and safety guidelines,” he said.

According to Oyedokun, “Trekk is committed to ensuring the safety of its riders and pedestrians. The company provides helmets and encourages users to follow traffic rules and regulations. The e-scooters are equipped with safety features such as lights, brakes, and a bell to alert pedestrians.”

The launch of Trekk scooters at LASU is a significant step towards sustainable transportation in Nigeria. The company plans to expand its services to other universities and cities in the country, providing a reliable and eco-friendly mode of transportation for all.

Trekk Scooters is currently active at Pan-Atlantic University, Lagos, and Redeemer’s University, Ede, Osun State.
Trekk has also signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with several other communities as they prepare to onboard them very soon.

The company calls on stakeholders and investors interested in sustainable mobility to hop on the vision of Trekk scooters as they plan to use technology to revolutionize mobility in Africa starting with Nigeria.