Just Eat launches faster scooter for greener takeaway deliveries

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The new scooters have a 60 mile range and a top speed of 30mph | Credit: Just Eat
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The new scooters have a 60 mile range and a top speed of 30mph | Credit: Just Eat

EXCLUSIVE: Takeaway giant adds faster scooter to green delivery range in bid to encourage partner restaurants to switch to electric power

Just Eat is now offering its 29,000 partner restaurants a discount on a faster electric scooter in an effort to encourage them to embrace low-carbon deliveries, BusinessGreen can reveal. In April the...

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