Conquer the city with Lev
Lev is perfect for city use. The light electric vehicles are ideal for the small distances you might still grab your car for. Lev is a closed vehicle so you can easily do groceries or bring a passenger.
Drive Lev on the road
Lev's are meant for the road. You join traffic just like a car, even though you're driving not-really-a-car. The same rules apply to cars and Lev, also for parking. So never park Lev on the sidewalk.
Using Navigation Apps while driving a Lev
The Lev is meant for inner-city use. It is not designed for highways. If you're using a navigation app to guide you to your destination while using a Lev, make sure you're enable the 'Avoid Highways' option. Here's how to do that for Google Maps / Apple Maps / Waze
You can't drive in the Maastunnel with Lev.
Drive Lev in the Home Zone
Lev has a defined service area, or "Home Zone", that marks the boundaries of where a Lev can be parked at the end of a trip. If a Lev is outside of the Home Zone you won't be able to end your trip at this location.
The current Home Zone is shown on the main screen in the Lev app. We are expanding our Home Zone regularly. You can always check the current boundaries in the app.