Mobility is undergoing change. In the year 2030, 60% of the world’s population will be living in urban areas. The ever growing residential density, the increasing traffic volume and the increase in CO2 emissions associated therewith make clean and efficient transport solutions necessary. It is required to establish a new way of thinking and innovative mobility concepts in order to ensure clean inner cities and a healthier urban life.

The car that used to be the status symbol of personal freedom will be gradually expelled from the cities and replaced by new mobility concepts. E-mobility will contribute considerably to the so-called “Green Cities“. Even though the idea of electric vehicles is not really new as such, the time is right and there is high demand to revive this technology, which has been developed already at the beginning of the 20th century, for instance in electric scooters. These new concepts and electric mobility as such new requirements for all parties involved. In fact, it is not only the way of thinking in public authorities, of urban planners, enterprises as well as local residents and commuters will change significantly, but also the habits with respect to one’s individual mobility as well as the overall infrastructure. The biggest reservation with respect to electric scooters today still relates to the range. But did you know that with a scooter on average you only cover a distance of approximately 12 kilometres per day?

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GOVECS´ electric scooters are best suited to close this gap with their wide-reaching batteries and underline the comfort and easiness of personal mobility in urban areas. With our many years of experience GOVECS focusses on the urgently needed, future-oriented mobility solutions. Sharing and Rental Agencies are already using the reliable and high-performance GOVECS electric scooters in their fleets. More and more delivery services also prefer the “load carriers“ of our GO! T series designed especially for high mileages over the customary combustion engines.

Gliding through the city, passing cars caught up in congested traffic. Parking issues are an unknown factor to you. You are relaxed, have a coffee or go shopping while your scooter is recharged at the charging station. Our cities would be much quieter and the air would be fresh and pure again.

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Market leader

Established in Munich in 2009 by Thomas Grübel and Nicholas Holdcraft (Co-Founder), GOVECS is today one of the market leaders of the branch. The customer can meanwhile chose from seven vehicle models in two series and different performance and weight classes. The core business consists of using the e-scooters for delivery services, sharing/renting, companies and commission projects for other producers, so-called Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM).

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Just to give you some examples: The traffic wardens in the Dutch city of Leinden are moving around the city on electric scooters of GOVECS. If a hungry guest in Greece orders some pizza from the fast food chain Dominos, this pizza will be delivered with the silent e-scooters of GOVECS. In order to ensure that Geirangerfjord in Norway overcomes the tourist invasion every year, since 2013 GOVECS electric scooters are available to explore the UNESCO natural heritage. The electric scooters with Munich origin can also be found in San Francisco, Barcelona or Ibiza for an environmentally friendly and economical mobility.

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Guy Salens

Guy Salens (motorcycle enthousiast): I want to show the world an overview of existing electric motorcycles and future projects. Because it's time.