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E-scooter management authorization certificate was given to 5 companies

New ones have been added to the e-scooter operators, which have been increasing in number in recent years. It has been announced that the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure has issued authorization certificates for 5 companies within the scope of shared e-scooter operation. In the statement made by the Ministry, it was noted that the companies to be allowed must have a minimum of 250 scooters, a capital of ₺500 thousand, appropriate website and mobile applications and quality certificates and obtain a certificate of authorization from the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure.

An authorization certificate was issued by the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure to 5 companies that meet the conditions within the scope of shared e-scooter operation.

In the statement made by the Ministry, it was reminded that some rules were determined to ensure the development of electric scooters, which are actively serving in Turkey, in a sustainable transportation system integrated with other transportation modes.

In the statement, it was stated that the shared e-scooter operation can only be carried out by real or legal persons who have an authorization certificate and shared e-scooter permission. It was also noted that the companies to be allowed must have a minimum of 250 scooters, a capital of ₺500 thousand, appropriate website and mobile applications and quality certificates and obtain a certificate of authorization from the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure.

In the statement, it was stated that electric scooter permits will be given from the Transportation Coordination Center (UKOME) in provinces with metropolitan municipalities, and from the Provincial Traffic Commission in provinces without metropolitan municipalities. It has been reported that the Ministry has issued authorization certificates to 5 companies that meet the conditions within the scope of shared e-scooter operation in the last 1 month.

Source: Haberturk / Translated by Irem Yildiz

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