Veo is proud to provide Seattle with our micro mobility service. Learn more about the local program, rules and support below.
Wear a helmet
Obey all traffic laws
Yield to pedestrians
Do not ride on sidewalk, 3rd Street Promenade, Pier Bridge, or Ocean Front Walk
One person per device
Ride in the bike lane or street
Ride with traffic
Park scooters upright on hard surfaces either in areas specifically marked for shared scooter parking or in the section of the sidewalk between the curb and the pedestrian through zone where benches, lighting, utility poles, tree pits, and bicycle racks live. Park beside bicycle racks, transit stops, or bike share stations.
Do not park a scooter within the pedestrian throughway zone on sidewalks, loading zones, disabled parking zones, or bus layover zones.
When parking a scooter, do not block access to the entrance of buildings, ADA ramps, parking lots, garages, driveways, curb ramps, bicycle racks, benches, parking pay stations, bus shelters, bus passenger waiting zones, transit information signs, fire hydrants, or utility poles.
It is our mission to provide mobility services to all. Veo offers Seattle residents Veo Access our discounted fare program. Anyone who qualifies for a Seattle local, Washington State, or federal assistance program, such as Basic Food or Washington Apple Health, is eligible for Veo Access Seattle discounts. See the Veo Access homepage for instructions on how to apply.
Veo also provides a call based system to allow non-smartphone users and unbanked users to access our devices. Sign up for either service by calling Veo customer service at 855-836- 2256.
In Seattle, Veo offers our Cosmo E-Bike.
Contact us for any questions or inquiries.