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Mobike inconvenience You sometimes can spend 15 minutes trying 10 different bikes that simply won't unlock claiming they need to be maintained.
That's a bummer, you might as well walk. I usually ride a bike to shave off a few minutes on my commute. Or I have to catch a rare bus. The Bus Apps, in China, tell you when is the next bus for your bus stop. So I usually pedal a bit faster when I know it's going to be a close call.
During vacations, or weekends, it's when it's hard to find bikes. And the only mobike available are the ones awaiting maintenance. You don't know which one is disabled until you scan, wait until it tries, and answers.
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