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Spin Scooter Share

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Looking for faster ways to get around campus? Try a scooter!

This dockless scooter share system lets you find and unlock a nearby scooter from your smartphone.  Travel around campus without having to return the scooter to its original location.

Hours of scooter operation are 6:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.

How to Ride

  1. Learn how to ride safely
  2. Download the Spin App ( | )
  3. Use the app to locate a scooter
  4. Scan the QR code on the scooter to begin your trip
  5. End your trip in a designated parking zone

Use promo code TXST for $5 off your first ride!

Comments, questions, or concerns about the scooter share program?  Contact us or call Spin Customer Service at 1-888-262-5189

Helpful Tips for a Safe and Successful Ride

  1. Always Wear a Helmet – You can get one free just for taking Spin’s safety quiz!
  2. Ride Responsibly – Be mindful of other riders, pedestrians, and cyclists.
    • Be aware of your surroundings.
    • Always keep both hands on the scooter handlebar.
    • Don’t wear earbuds or headphones when operating a scooter.
    • Use caution at intersections.
    • Don’t operate a scooter while impaired.
  3. Avoid Stunt Riding – Scooters are fast and fun, but please leave stunts to the professionals.
  4. One Rider Per Scooter – Please keep your scooter to yourself.
  5. Show Respect When Parking – Park only in designated areas and remember to end your trip correctly.

Student wearing a mask, using a smart phone while standing next to a Spin scooter

 

Scooter Parking Locations, Slow Zones, and No Ride Zones

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Scooter Rules and Guidelines

  • Scooters may only be operated in areas where bicycle traffic is allowed.
  • Scooters should be operated at a low speed in the presence of pedestrians.
  • Pedestrians always have the right of way.
  • Scooters should be parked at bike racks or in designated scooter parking spaces/areas only.
  • Scooters are responsible for following all the rules of the road. This includes, but is not limited to, stopping at stop signs and stop lights, yielding, and following the speed limit.
  • Scooter access is limited on home football game days and may be limited during other large-scale events.