After sharing bicycles and sharing scooters, a trial will start in Rotterdam with the sharing of small electric vehicles. Alderman Judith Bokhove today officially launched the new sustainable sharing service.
Rotterdam is looking for smart solutions that contribute to a healthy and accessible city for Rotterdammers and visitors. With the use of partial mobility, more Rotterdam residents can move around the city with fewer vehicles.
The Lev takes up considerably less space than a car. There is enough space for 2 people and a small amount of luggage. The 100% electric cars drive at a maximum speed of 45 km / hour. The Levs can be parked in a free parking space.
“Lev strives for a liveable city with less air pollution, less traffic jams and more greenery. We are starting this pilot in Rotterdam as our concept fits well with the direction the municipality has chosen to tackle challenges in the city. Rotterdam is leading the way in creating a green and sustainable city ”- Ytzen Zeilstra - Managing Director Lev.
Lev is a network of small electric vehicles that are accessible to everyone from the age of 18 with a valid driver's license. Lev's app allows the vehicle to be booked, unlocked and started. There is only paid for the ride. The Lev is a microcars and can therefore only drive on the road and park in a car parking space.
For more information on getlev.nl