20 Apr '17, 7am

Vandalism and theft are plaguing bike-sharing companies in new cities they go to

It's been just three months after the first bike-sharing company arrived in Singapore, but reports of abuse and vandalism of shared bikes in the city keep popping up on social media. The majority of these shared bikes are stationless, which means they don't need to be docked at a designated spot. They lock themselves after your ride is over, and you're meant to just leave the bike standing by the kerb. SEE ALSO: Bike-sharing companies are flooding the market, but this one insists its bikes are smartest But users have been chaining up bicycles outside their apartments, preventing others from using them. Some people bring them up to their apartment floors, so they can't be found easily by other users looking at the app: so many people are taking advantage of the free usage of the ofo bicycles, example, my neighbours pic.twitter.com/thcZjORG3m — A Ż (@nrazntaazmnx) April 8, 2...

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