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Get around Liverpool quickly and conveniently with Voi

Rent an e-scooter or an e-bike with just a tap on your phone and get anywhere in the city within minutes.

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Navigate Liverpool by two wheels

Experience the buzzing city of Liverpool on two wheels – hire an electric scooter or e-bike from Voi and move around freely while enjoying the fresh air. Simply get the app, tap and go!

Learn how it works

Your questions, answered:

Who can ride
an electric scooter?

You must be at least 18 years old and hold a valid driving licence to ride an electric scooter in the UK.

What are the
operating hours?

Our e-scooters are available 6 am–midnight all week. Due to local regulations, the service closes at night.

How does it work
with parking?

Parking is permitted only in racks and other areas designated for e-scooters. You’ll find them marked on the map.

Choose the right price plan for you

You can either pay per minute, or choose to ride more for less with a monthly Voi Pass subscription. If you want to use our e-scooters a lot, but only for a limited time, you should opt for a day pass. Check the app to see current prices in Liverpool.

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The e-scooter and e-bike scheme in Liverpool is a joint initiative run by Voi, Liverpool City Council and Liverpool City Region Combined Authority.

Quick guide to Liverpool

With its lively waterfront, grand architecture, and buzzing arts and culture scene, Liverpool is a beautiful, vibrant city – and one of the top tourist destinations in Great Britain. Rent an electric scooter from Voi, quickly and conveniently with just a tap on your phone, and discover everything Liverpool has to offer.

This guide was created in collaboration with Visit Liverpool – a valuable resource for any visitor looking for inspiration for things to do in Liverpool.

Liverpool Pier Head

Home to some of the most recognisable buildings in the city (such as the Royal Liver Building, the Cunard Building and the Port of Liverpool Building), the Pier Head is a popular tourist destination with stunning views of the River Mersey and the city skyline. The area is easily accessible, with the Mersey Ferry terminal located nearby, making it a great starting point for a tour of the city’s famous waterfront.

Baltic Market

Located in the vibrant neighbourhood of Baltic Triangle, the Baltic Market is a popular food hall and bar, offering a wide range of street food, craft beers and cocktails, as well as live music and entertainment.

The market is housed in a former industrial building, which has been refurbished to create a unique and high-spirited atmosphere. If you’re looking for a fun and relaxed dining experience, this place is not to be missed.

Liverpool Waterfront

The Liverpool Waterfront is a dynamic and vibrant area, located along the banks of the River Mersey. Known for its stunning architecture, cultural attractions and lively atmosphere, it’s one of the city’s most popular tourist destinations.

The area is home to a number of iconic buildings, as well as a diverse range of restaurants, shops and bars. With its breathtaking views, rich history and energetic vibes, the Liverpool Waterfront is a must-visit destination for anyone visiting the city.

Sefton Park

With over 235 acres of beautiful landscapes, Sefton Park is one of the largest parks in the city and a popular destination for locals and tourists alike. With its large lake, lush gardens and walking paths, it’s the perfect place for a leisurely stroll or a picnic.

Additionally, the park is home to several historic buildings and monuments, including the Grade II listed Isla Gladstone Conservatory. Sefton Park is a beloved part of Liverpool’s cultural heritage and continues to be a much-loved place for people to relax, exercise and enjoy the outdoors.

The Bombed-out church

St Luke’s Church, or the Bombed-out Church, as it’s more commonly known, is a famous Liverpool landmark. The church was badly damaged by bombs during the Liverpool Blitz in 1941 and has been a roofless shell ever since, giving rise to its nickname.

Despite its eerie appearance, the Bombed-out Church is a peaceful and contemplative space that provides a powerful reminder of Liverpool’s past and its continued commitment to building a better future. Whether you are a history buff, an architecture enthusiast, or simply someone looking for a unique experience, the Bombed-out Church is well worth a visit.

Do your part – safety begins with you

At Voi, we believe in safe and inclusive cities made for living. Therefore, we urge you to always consider others while riding, and park properly to help keep the pavements an accessible space for all. Keep yourself informed of the local regulations in regards to e-scooter riding and parking – and abide by them.

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