Veo x Minneapolis

Veo is proud to provide Minneapolis with our micromobility service. Learn more about the local program, rules and support below.

Shared Mobility Services in Minneapolis

Rules of the road:

Wear a helmet

Obey all vehicular traffic laws

Yield to pedestrians

Ride in the bike lane or street

One person per device

Must be 18+

Lock your scooter to a meter hitch, bike rack, or municipal sign (except stop signs and transit signs)

Park Responsibly

When you are done with your ride, use the lock on Veo’s e-scooter to lock to a meter hitch, public bike rack, or municipal signs (not a stop sign or transit sign).

E-scooters may not be attached to bus stop signs, disabled parking signs, trees, fire hydrants, or private property.

If locking to a bike rack, e-scooters should be positioned parallel to inverted-U or circle bike rack or perpendicular to a wave style rack.

veo access

It is our mission to provide mobility services to all. Veo offers Minneapolis residents Veo Access – our discounted fare program. For $5.00 a month, Veo Access provides 30 minutes of free riding a day (and $0.20 a minute after that) to eligible Minneapolis residents. No unlock fee ever.

Anyone who qualifies for recurring Minneapolis local, Minnesota state, or federal assistance programs, such as Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) or housing vouchers or residency in Minneapolis Public Housing, is eligible for Veo Access Minneapolis discounts. 

How to sign up for Veo Access:

  • Download the Veo app, create an account, and save a default payment method.
  • Apply for Veo Access here. Upload documentation – like your SNAP or WIC card or Minneapolis public housing lease – for proof of eligibility.
  • Once approved, your default payment method will be charged $5.00 every 30 days.

Contact Customer Support

+1 855 VEO-2256

[email protected]


In Minneapolis, Veo offers the Astro 4 stand up scooter, the first scooter available in a shared fleet with turn signals so riders can communicate their direction without taking their hands off the handlebars.

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