Up next, Dott plans to release a second generation of scooter with swappable batteries, which should make fleet management much easier.
Dott is betting that other scooter companies will crash before Dott runs out of cash.
Dott is partnering with Zego and La Parisienne Assurances to cover personal injuries and third-party liability in France, Belgium and soon Italy.
Compared to many scooter companies out there, the startup is taking a careful approach when it comes to growth in order to build a good reputation and a sustainable service.
Dott had previously raised a $23 million round (€20 million) from EQT Ventures, Naspers and others.
European micro-mobility startup Dott is about to raise a $34 million Series A round (€30 million).
Dott hires full-time employees and works with third-party logistics providers.
Dott has made many promises ticking all the right boxes to go against this “move fast, break things” motto.
Dott also plans to launch a new type of vehicles, e-bikes.
Now let’s see if Dott can keep all its promises as it scales around Europe.
Dott is currently live in Brussels, Paris, Lyon and Milan.