Riders

Where can I finish my scooter or scooter trip?

You must finish your journey within the defined operating zone (failure to do so will result in a penalty charge). Remember that each city has its own parking rules:

MADRID (Motorbike)

These are the options in order of priority for parking motorbikes in Madrid:

  1. Look for a parking area reserved for motorbikes. 

  2. If there isn’t a parking area for motorbikes within 100 meters, you can use the street parking strip, parallel to the pavement and occupying no more than 2 meters. 

    1. If you’re in “Madrid Central”: you can’t park on the pavements close to parking strips. 

    2. Leave 3 metres clear on the pavement.

    3. Always park at least 2 metres from the visual-touch pavement zones. 

  3. In exceptional cases, on the pavement. Parking here hinders pedestrian traffic, so it should be your last resort.

    1. If they have not been declared pedestrian streets nor protected areas for pedestrians.

    2. There must be no parking strips no specific signs that forbid parking there.

    3. On pavements of 3 to 6 metres wide: parallel park next to the curb.

    4. On pavements measuring more than 6 meters wide: angle park to the curb. 

It is forbidden to park the motorbike: 

  1. In pedestrian areas of public transport stops, in the case of pavements. 
  2. On temporary sidewalk extensions. 
  3. In parking spaces reserved for people with reduced mobility. 
  4. In taxi ranks. 
  5. Over manhole covers or utility manholes. 
  6. In pedestrian zones that are not a pavement, unless expressly permitted by the signaling. 
  7. In designated waste container areas.
MADRID (Scooters)

You may park in the specifically reserved and signposted areas for this purpose:

  1. Between the brackets and partition elements of the reserved places located in parking strips.

  2. In reserved places and brackets on pavements and in parking areas.

In exceptional cases, you may park your scooter on the pavement of streets which have not been pedestrianised and provided there is no visible sign within fifty meters.

In that case, you may comply with the following rules:

  1. Leave 3 metres clear to enable the flow of pedestrian traffic and a minimum distance of 2 metres from the visual-touch pavement zones, including those linked to public transport stops.

  2. It is forbidden to park in pedestrian areas for public transport stops and parking places reserved for vehicles of people with reduced mobility.

BARCELONA (Motorbike)

These are the options in order of priority for parking motorbikes in Barcelona:

  1. Look for a parking area reserved for motorbikes. 

  2. You may angle park the motorbike on the pavement if there is a space of more than 6 meters for pedestrians and parallel park if it measures between 3 and 6 metres. 

  3. You may leave a minimum distance of 2 metres between the motorbikes and crossings , and bus stops, whether it’s in the road or on the pavement. 

It is forbidden to park the motorbike: 

  1. Do not park the motorbikes on pavements with less than 3 metres of space fpr pedestrains.

  2. In pedestrian zones for public transport stops, in the case of pavements. 

  3. On temporary pavement extensions. 

  4. In parking places reserved for vehicles of people with reduced mobility. 

  5. In taxi ranks. 

  6. Over manhole covers or utility manholes. 

  7. In pedestrian zones that are not pavements, unless expressly permitted by the signaling. 

  8. In designated waste container areas.

ZARAGOZA (Motorbike)

These are the options in order of priority for parking motorbikes in Zaragoza:

  1. Look for a parking area reserved for motorbikes. 

  2. If there isn’t a parking area specifically for motorbikes, you may park on pavements, walkways, or platforms measuring more than 3 meters wide. You may park parallel to the pavements and must not occupy more than 2 meters. 

It is forbidden to park the motorbike: 

  1. Do not park the motorbikes on pavements measuring less than 3 meters.

  2. In the pedestrian zones of public transport stops, in the case of pavements. 

  3. On temporary pavement extensions. 

  4. In parking places reserved for vehicles of people with reduced mobility. 

  5. In taxi ranks. 

  6. Over manhole covers or utility manholes. 

  7. In pedestrian zones that are not pavements, unless expressly permitted by the signaling. 

  8. In designated waste container areas.

MÁLAGA (Motorbike)

These are the options in order of priority for parking motorbikes in Malaga:

  1. Look for a parking area reserved for motorbikes. 

  2. If there are no such areas, you may park on the road, parallel to the pavement.

  3. If any of the previous options are unavailable, you may park on the pavements, platforms, or walkways measuring more than 3 metres wide provided this possibility is signposted.

    1. Parallel park as close as possible to the curb.

    2. Leave a distance of 2 metres from crossing and public transport stops.

    3. You may park between spreader bars or tree pits. 

It is forbidden to park motorbikes: 

  1. In front of a loading and unloading reserved zone.

  2. On pavements measuring less than 3 metres wide.

  3. In the pedestrian zones of public transport stops, in the case of pavements. 

  4. On temporary pavement extensions. 

  5. In parking places reserved for vehicles of people with reduced mobility. 

  6. In taxi ranks. 

  7. Over manhole covers or utility manholes. 

  8. In pedestrian zones that are not pavements, unless expressly permitted by the signaling. 

  9. In designated waste container areas.

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