In addition to thousands of Tier e-scooters, users of the Sixt share app in Berlin, Cologne, Hamburg, and Munich can access the brand’s 3,500 e-mopeds as the next logical step for its integrated mobility platform.
International mobility provider Sixt is extending its partnership with Tier Mobility to include offering e-mopeds via its app.
In addition to thousands of Tier e-scooters, users of the Sixt share app in Berlin, Cologne, Hamburg, and Munich can also access the brand’s 3,500 e-mopeds.
According to Sixt, the expanded partnership with the Berlin-based mobility start-up is the next logical step in the continuous expansion of its integrated mobility platform that also offers digital car rentals, car-sharing and ride-hailing.
“We rely on strong partnerships in order to offer our customers mobility from a single source via our platform One; from a few minutes to several weeks and from short to long distances – and all of this via one interface, with one login and one means of payment,” said Dr Kathrin Risom, executive director, Sixt share.
“Through joint endeavours such as the partnership with Tier, we can respond even better to our customers’ individual use cases and offer a broad portfolio in the field of micromobility. This way, we enable our customers to be mobile, with the right vehicle for every situation.”
To book the mopeds via the Sixt app, all that is required for the initial registration is to upload a driver’s licence, ID as well as a selfie via the app. To find available e-mopeds in their vicinity, customers can use the filter in the Share tab of the app.
When accessing the e-mopeds for the first time via the app, customers receive a tutorial with information and instructions for use. A helmet is required for the ride and is available in the helmet compartment of the mopeds. The price for a trip equals the price of booking via Tier.
“This way, we are able to make new forms of mobility such as our e-mopeds an every-day and natural part of the mobility mix people use, thus changing mobility for the better”
“Thanks to our partnership with Sixt share, we facilitate access to multimodal mobility solutions as well as the transition to environmentally friendly alternatives to owning a car,” added Jan Halberstadt, general manager Germany at Tier.
“This way, we are able to make new forms of mobility such as our e-mopeds an every-day and natural part of the mobility mix people use, thus changing mobility for the better.”
By bundling digital rentals for cars and commercial vehicles, car-sharing, as well as ride and taxi services and car subscriptions, Sixt claims the platform provides access to more than 200,000 vehicles and mobility offers from 1,500 partners with 1.5 million drivers in more than 250 cities worldwide.
Founded in 2018 and headquartered in Berlin, Tier operates in 130 cities across 14 countries in Europe and the Middle East.