¿Who is Whee?
Whee is the last generation urban mobility platform for kick scooter sharing. We offer connected electric scooters (“E-Scooters") to share in an easy way through advanced IOT technology. Simply download our APP, register and scan the QR code of our scooters; in just few steps you will enjoy our ecologic keyless high-end vehicles to move quickly around the city or simply enjoy a pleasant ride along the beautiful bay of Palma.
Whee also offers a daily rental program of personal kick scooters and guided tours for groups. More details available in our website or simply contact us to learn more.
How can I register in your APP?
Very easy, just follow the instructions below:
1. Download WHEE APP available in Google play and App Store.
2. Create your personal account.
3. Fill you credit/debit card details in the APP and fill your virtual wallet
4. If the vehicle belongs to a private fleet available in some places (hotels etc…), click “join private fleet” in the APP, ask the code at the reception desk and enter the code in the APP.
5. Scan the scooter QR code and..... ready to go!
How does the APP work?
Activate the GPS in your mobile phone in order to make visible the city Map and find the nearest scooter. To un-lock and lock the scooter you need to activate the Bluethooth in your mobile phone.
Should I pay to register in your APP?
Price and payment
How much does it cost?
WHEE offers transparent and attractive prices. In Palma de Mallorca, the standard price for our electric scooter sharing program is 1 € to unlock and 0,15 € per minute. Fractions are considered as full minute. In other resorts of the Island or for private fleets, the standard price may vary. The rental commences once the scooter in un-locked and finishes once the service is terminated in the APP.
Prices can change without notice. Offers and promotions, once available, might be advertised in our web and in our APP.
Any additional cost?
However, in certain circumstances, Whee may charge penalties and/or administration fees to users, for example:
- Vehicle relocation if the scooter has been parked outside the operative area and/or outside the dedicated parking spots.
- Vehicle relocation if the scooter has been parked in private or not accessible areas.
- Cost for repair or replacement
- Any other cost incurred due to user careless
For more details, refer to our Terms & Conditions.
Which payment methods are accepted?
Whee accepts any common Credit or Debit Card (Visa, MasterCard etc..) . Other payment methods will be available soon.
How should I fill my personal virtual wallet?
You can simply fill your wallet in the APP by selecting the amount into the wallet section. A security deposit may be required. The amount of the security deposit is shown in the APP under the Wallet section.
Are my credit card details safe?
We use the safest technology available in the market. Whee does not store your credit or debit card details, we use services supplied by Stripe, one of the most advanced payments gateways available in the market. Stripe provides the technical, fraud prevention and banking infrastructure required to operate online payment systems. In the future, we may use additional or alternative payment gateways granting always the best quality and the safest service to our clients..
Is the helmet mandatory?
You must always wear the helmet for your own safety! The applicable law establishes the use of helmet as a mandatory requirement in Palma de Mallorca. The helmet should have the CE certification.
How should I ride my WHEE scooter?
Give yourself a small kickstart with your dominant foot until you reach a speed of approx 3km/h and then push the right throttle to accelerate. To break, simply push the left throttle. To break even more, just put your foot on the rear wheel and gently activate the mechanical break.
Before starting your ride, make a security check of the scooter in order to verify any possible anomaly or broken parts. Always check the breaks afficiency before starting your ride. Once the security check has been done, do a ride test.
When you ride, please always keep your feet on the board.
Where should I ride?
In Palma de Mallorca you can ride in the following areas:
- In Bike lanes not segregated from the pedestrian space (max speed 10km/h)
- In Bike lanes separetad from the pedestrian space (max speed 15km/h)
- In Bike lanes placed on the streets segregated from the pedestrian space and on residential streets marked with S-28 (max speed 20km/h)
Traffic rules and Local Norms for Palma de Mallorca available in the following link: https://wheemove.com/ normativa-vmp-palma-de-mallorca
Traffic rules for resorts other than Palma de Mallorca, please check local requirements.
I can't unlock my scooter. What should I do?
First of all make sure that your internet connection works and that the Bluetooth has been activated. If you still cannot un-lock your scooter, re-open the APP and try again. If still not working, digit the scooter number instead of scanning the QR code. Please contact us if you are still failing to unlock your scooter.
What should I do if I find a broken scooter?
If you find a broken scooter please contact us immediately.
How should I lock my scooter?
End your ride by clicking "End Ride" in the APP.
In Palma de Mallorca the local rules prohibit to end the service in the public areas therefore you must terminate the service only in private spaces that belong to our partners (beach bars, bars, restaurants, shopping centres, terraces, etc…). These parking spots can be identified in the map of the APP through light blue circles or light blue polygons. If you cannot find one, zoom the map and try to find the nearest one. Remember to park always with care and respect without creating obstacle to pedestrians or clients. If bike racks are available within these parking spots, you must park there.
Vehicles belonging to private fleets must be brought back to the place where they were picked up.
In resorts other than Palma, if allowed by the local rules and no parking spots are set in the map (identified with light blue circles or light blue polygons), you can terminate your ride and service in the public areas; in such a case, always remember to end the service and park your vehicle within bike racks.
ATTENTION: the APP won't allow you to end the service if you are not parking where permitted.
What happens if I miss internet connection or I run out of battery upon finishing my ride?
Please always be sure to start the service with enough battery in your mobile phone. In case you miss internet connection that prevent you to terminate the service in our APP, please contact us immediately.
What should I do in case of raining?
In case of raining or wet soil, it is prohibited to ride.
Can I make a break while riding and pause the service?
Of course. If during your ride, you want to make a break or relaxing in a terrace on the beach enjoying a coffe, just pause the service in the APP and park your scooter responsibly. Please note that nobody cannot unlock your scooter while in pause. Payment will continue to run. To continue your ride simply unlock again your scooter in the APP.
During the pause you can temporarily park your scooter outside the operative area, but, upon ending the service, you must return the scooter within the operative area and park it where permitted (see above point above "how should I lock my scooter").
Where should I park the scooter?
Upon ending the service, you have to park your vehicle with care within the perimeter of the operative area. Remember to park always with care without hindering the pedestrians or other vehicles.
In Palma de Mallorca: you must terminate the service only in private areas that belong to our partners (beach bars, bars, restaurants, shopping centres, terraces, etc…). These parking spots can be identified in the map of the APP through light blue circles or light blue polygons. If you cannot find one, zoom the map and try to find the nearest one. Remember to park always with care and respect without creating obstacle to pedestrians or clients. If bike racks are available within these parking spots, you must park there.
Private fleets: Vehicles belonging to private fleets must be brought back to the place where they were picked up.
In resorts other than Palma: if permitted by the local rules and no parking spots are set in the map (identified with light blue circles or light blue polygons), you can terminate your ride and service in the public area; in such a case, remember always to end the service and park your vehicle within bike racks.
Do not forget that is forbidden: (1) to tie the scooter to trees, , traffic lights or other elements, (2) park in front of loading and unloading areas or spaces reserved to vehicles, people with reduced mobility, ambulance or police, (3) park in front of emergency exit areas, hospitals, clinics, bus or taxi stop, pedestrian areas, in front of colleges and schools, cinemas, discos, historic buildings and public bikes sharing stations.
Be always sure to park with care and respect.
Which is the operative area of WHEE?
Look at the map available in the Application to check the perimeter of the operative area. During your ride you can go outside the operative area but, upon termination, you need always to finalize your trip within it and park your scooter where permitted (see point above“ where should I park my scooter”). If you do not park the scooter where permitted, you won't be able to end the service in the Application and, additionally, you might be charged a penalty.
Norms and Rules
What should I know about the applicable rules for personal mobility vehicles?
The local normative, the traffic rules and the applicable law, define safety and behaviour regulations . Use of helmet is mandatory by law.
Ride only where permitted by law and always respect the others. For WHEE, safety of users and pedestrians comes always first.
Please have a look to the Local VMP regulation and be sure you have understood the content before beginning your ride. VMP regulation of Palma is available for consultation in our web site https://wheemove.com.
And what if I do not comply with the regulations?
If you do not comply with the regulations you might be charged with heavy penalties and fines. Always comply with law and local regulations!