Nigerian Food Delivery Riders Shift Gears: Embracing Electric Bikes Amid Soaring Gas Prices πŸš΄β€β™‚οΈβš‘

Nigerian Food Delivery Riders Shift Gears: Embracing Electric Bikes Amid Soaring Gas Prices πŸš΄β€β™‚οΈβš‘

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As gas prices in Nigeria surge by nearly 230%, food delivery riders are racing towards electric bikes, saving up to 60% on fuel and maintenance costs. πŸ“ˆβš‘ Explore how this shift is transforming the gig economy and sparking interest in sustainable alternatives.

As gas prices skyrocket in Nigeria, food delivery workers are turning to electric motorcycles, saving 40%-60% on monthly expenses. With fuel costs surging by nearly 230% since May, the adoption of e-bikes is on the rise, providing cost-effective and sustainable alternatives. Despite initial hurdles like high upfront costs, gig workers are increasingly recognizing the long-term benefits, prompting companies like Glovo to consider a large-scale EV program for its riders by year-end. The shift underscores the need for improved EV infrastructure and government support in making electric vehicles more accessible for the gig economy. βš‘πŸ‡³πŸ‡¬πŸ›΅ 


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