Micromobility company, Lime (Website), has just shared that it has partnered with Propel (Website) to help more people to afford their electric vehicle rentals.

Propel, an app that people use across the country to access government benefits like SNAP, TANF, and WIC, will now allow their app users to access Lime’s Lime Access equity pricing program in Orlando, which provides discounts of up to 70% off all rides for qualifying residents. The partnership will work the other way as well with Lime connecting its riders to Propel, so they can learn about government service offers on their app.

Anyone who lives in Orlando and is eligible for federal, state, or city subsidies like Medicaid or SNAP benefits are generally eligible for the program. Riders can submit documentation via the app and will have the opportunity to ride for free up to five times a day. Lime also offers riders the ability to unlock a scooter via text, so that those without a smartphone can ride, and payment options for those without access to credit or debit cards.

Lime costs $1 to unlock a vehicle and a $0.52 per-minute rate while you’re riding.

Brendan O'Connor

Editor in Chief of Bungalower.com

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