What: Pick up, charge and drop off electric scooters in highly populated urban areas and near colleges

Expected pay: $5 to $20/charge

Commissions & fees: none

Where: Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, Seattle, Chicago, Dallas, Washington, D.C., New York, Austin, Miami, Denver, Atlanta, Boston

Requirements: Have a smart phone; working electricity and be available during set hours to find and return scooters



  • Fairly easy work for moderate pay


  • Must pay for their chargers
  • You need to charge at least three scooters at a time
  • Pay is scaled per difficulty of finding the scooter:
    • Easy ones to find (green on the app) pay $5; Yellow birds pay $10; Red ones pay $20
  • If you are late dropping off a scooter (must be dropped off by 7 AM), you keep the scooter for an extra day and it affects your pay; all scooters must be charged within 3 days, or you could be charged for keeping the scooter

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