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What is the bolt drive service?

Today Bolt, a leading European mobility platform, launches its car-sharing service, Bolt Drive. The new service allows customers to rent a car for short periods of time using the Bolt app. Bolt will invest €20 million in launching Bolt Drive in Europe this year, starting with a pilot in its home market, Estonia.

What is bolt drive and why is it coming to Europe?

Bolt said it is going to invest 20 million euros ($24 million) in launching Bolt Drive in Europe this year, starting with a pilot in the Estonian capital of Tallinn. Bolt, the Estonian firm best known for its ride-hailing business, announced Tuesday that it has launched a car-sharing service in Europe as it looks to diversify its revenue streams.

How do I open a bolt driver account?

Once you’ve been accepted and registered as a driver, you’ll need to complete your driver training either at a Bolt office or virtually. We’ll review the necessary documents and once complete, we’ll open a driver account for you in the Bolt Driver application.

How long does it take to become a bolt driver?

Our driver registration form will only take you 5 minutes to complete and submit. Once you’ve been accepted and registered as a driver, you’ll need to complete your driver training either at a Bolt office or virtually. We’ll review the necessary documents and once complete, we’ll open a driver account for you in the Bolt Driver application.

How does the bolt drive work?

Bolt Drive is a free-floating car-sharing service, allowing customers to see the vehicles nearest to them on a map and book a car using the Bolt app. They can start the ride by unlocking a car with a mobile phone and finish it anywhere in the city, within an area indicated in the app. Users do not have to pay for parking or fuel.

What services does bolt offer?

Its services range from ride-hailing to micromobility with e-scooters and electric bikes to food and parcel delivery. All Bolt rides in Europe are 100% carbon-neutral as part of Bolt’s Green Plan, a long-term commitment to reduce the ecological footprint of the company.

What is bolt drive and why is it coming to Europe?

Bolt said it is going to invest 20 million euros ($24 million) in launching Bolt Drive in Europe this year, starting with a pilot in the Estonian capital of Tallinn. Bolt, the Estonian firm best known for its ride-hailing business, announced Tuesday that it has launched a car-sharing service in Europe as it looks to diversify its revenue streams.

How does the bolt application work?

Using the Bolt application, you can order a car at a convenient address and we will send the nearest car to you. Bolt – a reliable taxi service, the convenience of cashless payments, a responsive support service.

How do I Delete my bolt account?

Delete my account. If you want to delete your account, tap Contact Bolt at the end of this article. Once your account is deleted, it won’t be possible to restore any information connected to it, including your credit card information and any promotions.

How long does it take to become a bolt driver?

Our driver registration form will only take you 5 minutes to complete and submit. Once you’ve been accepted and registered as a driver, you’ll need to complete your driver training either at a Bolt office or virtually. We’ll review the necessary documents and once complete, we’ll open a driver account for you in the Bolt Driver application.

How do I contact bolt driver support?

You can call Bolt’s 24/7 driver phone support service on +44 808 169 8818, reach out to their sign-up support specialists at london-signup@bolt.eu, If you’re already a driver, you can write to uk-driver@bolt.eu. Where is the Bolt Training office?

How do I sign up to deliver with bolt?

Signing up to deliver with Bolt. Liina. Last updated 1 month ago. You need to meet the following requirements to join Bolt as a delivery partner: Be at least 18 years of age. Speak a local language and English. Have a smartphone. Have a local phone number. Have a clear criminal record.

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