Gotcha scooters have arrived on MSU campus
Gotcha scooters have finally arrived on Michigan State University's campus and the surrounding city sidewalks.
The scooters were initially planned to make their Michigan State debut in August, but numerous delays pushed back their release until Monday.
Currently, the "Gotcha" app only shows two to three available scooters, but many are available at select deployment zones including some CATA bus stops around MSU and East Lansing.
Lime scooters returned to East Lansing before Gotcha scooters could launch, but due to an exclusivity agreement signed with MSU, only Gotcha scooters can be parked on campus.
Lime notifies users within their app that they may receive a fine if they park a scooter within campus boundaries.