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Go faster with our electric vehicles: up to 25 km/h for bikes and up to 20 km/h for scooters.

Reserve on Uber

Go further, get there faster, and have more fun.

Bikes and Scooters: 0,15€ per minute, 1€ unlocking fee.

  • Billing starts from the moment you unlock or reserve the vehicle in advance through the app (unless the reservation is canceled before you unlock the bike or the scooter).

    You can reserve the vehicle for up to 30 minutes.

  • You can reserve the vehicle for up to 30 minutes.

    During the hold period, you are charged the standard rate.

  • VAT included.

Parking zone

You’ll be charged with 50EUR additional fee if you park your vehicle outside of the service area.

Start riding

Find and reserve an e-bike near you on Uber

FAQ

You’ll be able to find and reserve a bike or scooter using the Uber app.

You can ride JUMP bikes and scooters anywhere within the service zone indicated on the map above, which is also available in the app. When you’re finished riding, leave your bike or scooter parked within the same zone. Bikes and scooters parked outside of the service zone are subject to a 50€ additional fee.

Do not ride on sidewalks.

JUMP is a signatory of the charter of good conduct for bike sharing in Paris. In line with this charter, JUMP encourages the respect of the current regulatory context, notable the Highway code, the sanitary regulations of the Paris department and the PAVE (accessibility plan)

Park your bike or scooter out of the way of pedestrians and other vehicles and make sure you follow the detailed parking guidelines below.

All bikes are equipped with a lock. At the end of each trip you will need to lock the bike. Lock the bike to appropriate urban furniture. In the absence of urban furniture, you may lock the bike to itself.

Scooters should be parked in appropriate zones.

In any case, avoid obstructing the public way and impeding pedestrians’ passing. Any obstruction to the public way may result in fines that may be charged to you.

Parking a vehicle outside of the service area or in non-parking zones identified in the app may result in a penalty. Users who leave a vehicle in a non-parking zone will be charged a 5€ fee and a 50€ fee if the vehicle parked outside of the service area.

You are also liable for fines or penalties for traffic or parking violations imposed as a result of your use of a bicycle or scooter.

The no parking zones are displayed within the Uber app. Bikes and scooters parked in no parking zones are subject to a 5EUR fee.

Today, the no-parking zones are the following:

  • Jardin des Tuileries
  • Jardin du Luxembourg
  • Fondation Cartier for Contemporary Art
  • Montsouris Park
  • Monceau Park
  • Montmartre Funicular
  • Buttes-Chaumont Park
  • Père-Lachaise Cemetery
  • Quai de Valmy
  • Quais de la Seine

Jump Bikes

Jump has purchased insurance covering your civil liability for damages that you may cause to third parties and their property arising out of an accident whilst using a Jump Bike. Jump Bike cover is subject to a limit of liability of €1,000,000 per accident.

The Insurer in relation to Bikes is XL Insurance Company SE*, an insurance company domiciled 8 St. Stephen's Green, Dublin 2, in Ireland, registered under number 641686, regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland (www.centralbank.ie).

*XL Insurance Company SE is part of AXA XL, a division of AXA. Please see AXA XL’s privacy notice here: https://axaxl.com/privacy-and-cookies

Jump Scooters

Jump has purchased separate motor insurance cover in relation to Jump Scooters in France. The cover note of such insurance is available by clicking HERE.

The motor Insurer in relation to scooters is Allianz IARD, an insurance company domiciled at 1 cours Michelet - CS 30051- 92076 Paris la Défense cedex, registered under number 542 110 291 RCS Nanterre.

Please see ALLIANZ France’s privacy notice here: https://www.allianz.fr/information/protection-donnees-personnelles/

In the event that you have been involved in an accident, you should first ensure your own safety and those around you and then contact the emergency service if needed.

We also ask that you report this accident to Uber either through the in-app help section.

To get help, please select ""Help"" , ""Safety and security"" and then tap on the article with the title ""I was involved in an accident"" and enter the details.

A member of our support team will call you back as soon as possible.

In case you don't have an Uber account, please get in contact through email at support-fr@jump.com

If the accident involved any third party injury or damage, we ask that you exchange contact details with the third party and request that they report this to Uber through the following email address (support-fr@jump.com) and specify the contact number they wish to be called back on.

For any other issues, please go to https://help.jumpbikes.com/hc/fr-fr/

What should I do if a third party involved in an accident demands or mentions compensation?

Jump Bikes

If any third party involved in the accident demands or mentions compensation from you, whether in writing or otherwise, you must notify XL Insurance Company SE’s claims representative using the following contact details:

Broadspire - by CELLINKS (France) 3 rue Pierre Gilles de Gennes Ilot de la Râpe – Bât.B, 45000 ORLEANS Tel. : + 33 2 38 79 09 45 Email : broadspire@texa.fr

Broadspire will confirm any actions you may need to take. Please note that is very important that you do not admit liability, enter into any negotiations, or agree to pay or settle any third party demands for compensation.

Jump Scooters

If any third party involved in the accident demands or mentions compensation from you, whether in writing or otherwise, you must notify Allianz IARD’s claims representative using the following contact details:

Address: Aon France, Sinistres Flottes Automobiles, TSA 60412, 94157 Rungis Cedex Email: sinflottes1@aon.com Tel: 01 73 10 30 40

Aon will confirm any actions you may need to take. Please note that is very important that you do not admit liability, enter into any negotiations, or agree to pay or settle any third party demands for compensation.