Auckland Advisor warned Lime's fight to turn his electric scooters back on the streets, after being attacked by hundreds of letters sent through the company's program. Which gives the company 24 hours to "disable the fleet" and remove scooters from the city streets, while security issues have been resolved.
This step followed many reports of scooters suddenly blocking and throwing riders. @limebike I am an advisor who supports you and I use lime.
I received 1
I can not even answer supporters
This will not help other advisers in place.
Suspension is related to your defect, not Lime opposition.
– Richard Hills (@ richardhills777) 19659009] Users who visited the Lime app yesterday were warned t of a call to public support that encourages people to send email to the Auckland Council on "I support Lime in Auckland." We want to be long-term, helping you get A to B in a simple, accessible and interesting way. We would be grateful if you took a moment to share your support with Lime with the mayor and counselors of Auckland, "the statement said.
Advisor Richard Hills supported the company and uses her scooters. "I received 1,600 letters from my program and could not answer any of them because they came from the same email address."
"This will not allow other advisers to be in place," he said.
Hills said, that a petition, an e-mail, or a letter with the names of all the supporters would be stunning.
"But instead, I will do it (but for most advisers, they will get their support staff to sort out the overload of email).
Lyme said she would update the firmware to resolve the wheel lock issue.
The company identified 115 reports of irregular inhibition that could have been caused by the blockage problem 30, which resulted in injuries.
Leaders of the Council met with Lime representatives to discuss safety issues before announcing the suspension.
The Council may withdraw its suspension tomorrow if a security report is approved