Another scooter rental company has arrived in Nashville.
Uber launched its “Jump” scooters Tuesday. The system works like the others in the city.
You unlock the scooter with an app and pay a fee for every minute you use it.
Meanwhile, the Metro Council continues debating how to regulate scooter rentals.
Among the issues has been scooters left on the sidewalk. The council will consider a bill that requires them to be docked.
A pilot program for the scooters ends this summer; at that point, the city will decide how to move forward.