How do you use YouBike in Taipei?
Simply choose an available bicycle in the parking lot, swipe your Easycard over the terminal, and slide the bike out. Your first 30 minutes are free, and the bicycle can returned to any YouBike station, provided space is available. When returning the bicycle, slide the bike into the terminal.
Can foreigners use YouBike?
“Foreigners can still use YouBike, but they just won’t be insured for personal injuries for now,” said Huang Ju-miao, a senior specialist at the Taipei DOT. “We hope to work with YouBike to provide insurance for ARC and APRC holders in Taiwan soon and perhaps even for tourists in the future.”
How do I register my bike in Taiwan?
How to Register:
- Approach a YouBike (Ubike) terminal like the one pictured above.
- On the kiosk screen, select English in the bottom-left corner.
- Choose JOIN YOUBIKE.
- Confirm that you’ve read the privileges and notices on screen (more on this below).
- Input your local phone number.
How do I register my yoyo card in Taiwan?
You can apply through the EasyCard Corporation’s registration application website, EasyCard app “Easy Wallet,” or provide a photocopy of relevant documentation to the EasyCard Customer Service Center to get an application form for registration.
Where can I use iPASS Taiwan?
Starting from February 13, 2017, both EasyCard and iPASS in Taiwan are accepted for virtually all public transport including Kaohsiung Metro, Taipei Metro, buses and TRA. It also serves as an electronic wallet. It is available for purchase at all Kaohsiung and Taipei metro stations, and some convenience stores.
How do I register my electric bike?
To register online: Log in to www.onemotoring.com e-services with your SingPass/CorpPass/EASY, PAB seal number and scanned copy of original identification documents. To register at SingPost: Bring along your identification document (NRIC, FIN or ACRA), PAB seal number, and $50 registration fee.
How can I rent bike in Taiwan?
How to Rent a Bike
- Swipe the card on the sensor dock. Once the green light is on, pull the bike out to use.
- When returning the bike, choose an empty dock with a blue light. Press the bike onto the rail and push it to the front.
Where can I use EasyCard Taiwan?
As of 1 April 2010, EasyCards can now be used to pay for purchases at some stores including 7-Eleven, FamilyMart, Cosmed, OK Mart, Hi-Life, Starbucks, and Pacific SOGO. The EasyCard can now be used at over 10,000 retail outlets throughout Taiwan.
How can I get easy card in Taiwan?
Easycard can be purchased at all MRT stations and convenience stores such as 7/11 or FamilyMart generally for NT$100, with the exception of limited issue cards with special designs which will be more expensive. Card are issued with no balance, so be sure to recharge the card with some credit after purchase.
Can I use iPass in Taipei?
What is the difference between iPass and EasyCard?
What’s the difference between EasyCard and iPass? They have the same function, just different names from 2 companies. EasyCard is earlier than iPass so that more service supported it.
What is ubike Taipei?
YouBike (also known as Ubike) is an efficient bicycle rental program offered by the Taipei City Department of Transportation in collaboration with Giant Bicycles. It’s a cheap and convenient service that is easy to register for and simple to use even as a foreigner. Here’s how you can be travelling Taipei by bicycle in minutes.
What is YouBike in Taipei?
Bike share services are becoming increasingly popular in countries all over the world and Taipei is no exception. YouBike (also known as Ubike) is an efficient bicycle rental program offered by the Taipei City Department of Transportation in collaboration with Giant Bicycles.
How do I sign up for a kiosk?
Input your local phone number. Make sure that you’re able to receive text messages, as they’ll send you a confirmation code via SMS. Check your phone for the numerical authorization code that you should receive instantly, and then input it on the kiosk screen. Choose a password for your account and type it in twice.