Ride-hailing service Bolt is set to launch its electric scooter rental service in Vilnius.
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It will become the second provider after City Bee to officer such a short-term scooter rent.

As electric scooters are becoming increasingly popular in the Lithuanian capital, the local authorities are considering introducing additional traffic rules for scooter users and their providers, for example, limiting their speed in some places, regulating their parking, etc.

Bolt, one of the largest ride-hailing platforms in Europe, already provides scooter-sharing services in 30 countries.

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