Should you get an e-bike pass in BOLT app?

If you're traveling to Copenhagen and planning on using the Bolt ride-sharing app for commuting, you may have noticed that they now offer an e-bike pass. In this blog post, we'll explore whether it makes sense for you to get one.

Bolt offers different passes based on the city you are in, so you'll want to make sure you select the correct pass for your location. The e-bike pass for Copenhagen, for example, costs 268 Danish kroner per month (which is roughly around $35-38 USD). This pass includes unlimited unlocks for bikes and scooters, and 30 minutes of free riding per day, for a total of 30 days.

While this may seem like a great deal at first glance, you'll want to do a quick cost calculation to determine if it's worth it for you. Take a look at the rides you took over the past month and add up their individual costs. If it's more than the price of the pass, then it makes sense to get the pass. But if your monthly rides cost less than the pass, you're better off sticking to individual rides.

It's also important to consider the average length of your rides. If you frequently take short rides that are under 15 minutes, then the pass may make sense. However, if your rides tend to be longer, then it makes sense to pay as you go.

Ultimately, the decision to get an e-bike pass will depend on your specific circumstances - your location, your ride frequency, and the duration of your rides. Our recommendation is to do the math and see if the pass will provide you with any savings. If you are taking more than seven or eight rides per month and they are short, then you should consider the pass.

In conclusion, while Bolt's e-bike pass may offer great benefits, it's important to assess whether it's a good deal for you. We hope this post was helpful in making your decision.

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