General rules of use
3.1. The Scooter must be used in compliance with effective legislation and, above all, safely in respect of the health and property of you and third parties.
3.2. In order to use the Scooter, you must open the Application and log in your User Account. We enter into a separate contract on the terms and conditions stipulated in this Contract every time you use the Scooter. The moment the Scooter is unlocked is the moment when the new contract is entered into.
3.3. Please note that when you use our Service, you gain, for a fee, the right of personal possession and use of the Scooter for a specified term and for its intended purpose (i.e. for riding the Scooter). The Scooter belongs to COMODULE OÜ at all times. The right to use the Scooter does not cover the right to damage, break, remove, change or dismantle the Scooter or its parts.
3.4. Allowing a third party to use the Scooter free of charge or for a fee is strictly prohibited.
3.5. When you unlock the Scooter, you agree that you will use the Scooter according to the terms and conditions established or referred to in the Contract. Please note that breaching or ignoring the requirements may lead to liability, incl. (contractual) penalties and claims for damage against you as well as the cancellation of the Contract.
3.6. The User who has unlocked a Scooter is responsible for maintaining the condition of the Scooter during the period of use and for returning the Scooter to the parking area specified in the Application in the condition in which it was at the start of use. If a returned Scooter is damaged or needs repairs, you will be asked to compensate for the cost of repairing the Scooter pursuant to clauses 4.8 and 4.9.3.
Unlocking the scooter
3.7. In order to use the Service, you must download the Tuul mobile application from Google Play or Apple App Store, create a personal User Account and enter the details of your personal valid credit or debit card.
3.8. In order to unlock the Scooter, you must scan the QR code on the sticker on the handlebar of the Scooter or manually enter the six-digit code at the bottom of the sticker. You can use the torch function in the Application if necessary.
3.9. You can see the location of the available nearby Scooters on the map view that opens in the Application. If you see a Scooter near your location that is not displayed to you in the Application, then the Scooter probably has technical issues or the remaining battery life is below 10% and the Scooter is not available for use.
3.10. When you unlock the Scooter with the Application, you agree to use the Scooter for a fee. The fee is calculated on the basis of the price list effective at the moment the Scooter is unlocked, which is highlighted in the Application before the start of the ride. The final price of the Service consists of two parts: the fixed base fee and the minute-based fee added thereto.
3.11. The Service Areas where riding the Scooter is permitted are indicated in the map and restricted areas are separately highlighted in the Application. THE SERVICE AREAS, PARKING AREAS AND RESTRICTED AREAS HAVE BEEN ESTABLISHED IN COOPERATION WITH THE CITY OF TALLINN AND TAKING THEM INTO ACCOUNT IS MANDATORY. According to restrictions, entering certain areas on the Scooter may be prohibited or moving there may be subject to other restrictions. You are not allowed to take the Scooter outside the Service Area, as otherwise you cannot end your active ride in the Application and we have the right to demand a contractual penalty from you.
3.12. The approximate distance than can be covered before the Scooter must be charged again is displayed in the Application in real time. Battery information is displayed to you so you can plan your journey better and its meaning is indicative.
3.13. Before you unlock the Scooter, we advise you to consider the weather forecast for the time of your planned ride so that your riding experience will be pleasant and safe.
3.14. Every time you unlock the Scooter and start a ride, you confirm that you are familiar with:
(a) all of the applicable traffic laws and rules;
(b) the terms and conditions, obligations and restrictions set forth in the Contract;
(c) the requirements set forth for you as the rider in clauses 3.17 to 3.26 of the Contract.
3.15. After you unlock the Scooter and before you start the ride, make sure that it is not broken and that it is complete and in a safe condition for riding:
check the condition of the frame and the handlebar, check that the Scooter has one reflector strip on the front, two on the sides and one on the mudguard on the back;
the wheels of the Scooter are not damaged and move freely, the outer tyres are not flat, worn or damaged;
check that the brakes are working;
there must be at least 10% of battery life left;
check that the bell and the front and rear lights are working.
3.16. If the Scooter does not comply with the above requirements, please contact us immediately by calling our customer support on +372 5555 3050. You will be held liable for the defects if you start using a Scooter that does not appear to be in order after the primary inspection.
USING A SCOOTER THAT IS NOT IN ORDER OR IS TECHNICALLY DEFECTIVE MAY BE DANGEROUS TO YOUR AND OTHER PEOPLE’S LIFE AND HEALTH. PLEASE BE RESPONSIBLE AND DO NOT START USING SUCH SCOOTERS. IF A DEFECT OR FAULT BECOMES EVIDENT DURING THE RIDE, IMMEDIATELY STOP THE RIDE AND CONTACT OUR CUSTOMER SUPPORT ON +372 5555 3050.
3.17. You must comply with all of the effective legislation and this Contract when riding the Scooter.
3.18. A Scooter is a light vehicle within the meaning of the Traffic Act. The use of light vehicles is primarily permitted on bicycle paths, bicycle and footpaths, footpaths, sidewalks and cycle lanes. The requirements to riding are stipulated in the Traffic Act, the latest version of which can be found on the Riigi Teataja website (in Estonian): https://www.riigiteataja.ee/akt/115032019009?leiaKehtiv.
3.19. Only one person at a time may ride the Scooter.
3.20. The maximum carrying capacity of the rental scooters of COMODULE in the case of ordinary city rides is 120 kilos.
3.21. When riding the Scooter, use suitable clothing and footwear and protective equipment, which may be considered reasonable for the prevention of injuries when riding the Scooter (helmet, protective pads).
3.22. Using the Scooter is prohibited if you have consumed alcohol, drugs, medicines or other substances the effect of which may reduce your ability to use the Scooter safely.
3.23. You must always hold on to the handlebar with at least one hand when riding the Scooter.
3.24. The maximum permitting speed of the Scooter is 20km/h. Riding at the ordinary speed of a pedestrian is permitted when you are right next to a pedestrian. When riding the Scooter, select the speed according to the effective speed limit, your riding experience, the weather, the road and traffic conditions in such a manner that you can guarantee full control of the Scooter and ride and stop it safely.
3.25. Using a mobile phone, tablet, audio player or another device when riding the Scooter is prohibited if it may distract you and reduce your ability to use the Scooter safely.
3.26. Performing or trying tricks or other dangerous manoeuvres with the Scooter is prohibited.
3.27. When riding the Scooter, you must treat the vehicle and the surroundings sustainably and prudently. It is prohibited to ride the Scooter outside paved roads (unless this is unavoidable for continuing the journey in the Service Area) or in areas where riding is prohibited (incl. those that remain inside the Service Area), to use the Scooter for racing or tricks or in any other manner that is dangerous or disturbs other road users. The User acknowledges that the City of Tallinn cannot be held liable for the accidents that may arise from the quality of the road surface.
3.28. If you discover during a ride that the Scooter does not comply with safety requirements or notice another dangerous fault or defect, you must stop riding the Scooter as soon as possible and notify about the condition of the Scooter pursuant to clause 3.16.
Ending the ride and parking
3.29. Ending the use of the Scooter means locking the vehicle in the designated parking area in the Service Area (hereinafter the Parking Area). You will find the nearest Parking Area on the map in our Application. You must plan your ride in such a manner that you end the ride in the Parking Area most suitable to you, considering the remaining battery life of the Scooter. You are obliged to also leave the Scooter in the Parking Area when the battery has gone flat and you cannot ride the Scooter anymore. The fee for using the Scooter will be calculated until the Scooter is locked in a Parking Area. Locking the Scooter outside a Parking Area may be made impossible with technical measures.
3.30. The Scooter must be parked upright on the scooter stand in the Parking Area according to the signs and instructions in the Parking Area.
3.31. If there is a technical fault in the Scooter and you leave the locked Scooter outside a Parking Agreement by agreement with our user support, you must leave the Scooter by the edge of a suitable sidewalk, in an upright position on the scooter stand in such a manner that it does not obstruct the movement of pedestrians or vehicles in the road, from a door or gate, etc.
3.32. If you are involved in an accident or crash or in the occurrence of damage or injury when using the Scooter or if the Scooter is stolen or you lose it, please inform the police about this by calling 112 and us according to clause 8.1.