MiniTad launches Hyper Local Delivery service.

MiniTad a bespoke manufacturer of personal electric vehicles today announced the launch of “Tadpole” a Hyper Local Delivery service.

Tadpole is positioned to be a last-mile, micromobility delivery service for the gig economy.

The service provides delivery for small food establishments looking to cater to a micro radius of their location.

By providing personal electric vehicles to a fleet of delivery pilots, Tadpole provides a full service delivery platform that is more efficient and practical for 1 to 2 mile drops.

Tadpole partners simple provide a delivery menu and pricing. When an order is received, Tadpole collects funds, deploys a pilot, places order and completes delivery.

Tadpole charges $2.95 for each delivery that doesn’t include gratuity for the pilot.

All deliverers are carried out by pilots operating a MiniTad 1.0 + personal electric vehicle. Customers are able to track all deliverers with a smartphone running the Tadpole web app.

The MiniTad is a crossover personal electric vehicle (PEV) that is capable of a top speed of 18 mph and a range of 15 miles on a single charge. The vehicle weighs about 17 pounds making it an ideal solution for last-mile delivery.

MiniTad provides last-mile vehicle solution for UberEats delivery partners

MiniTad 1.0 is the ideal solution for last-mile delivery services such as UberEats. The vehicle can be utilized for delivers that are dispatched for bicycle delivery.

UberEats is the fastest way to order and have food delivered. With hundreds of drivers (cars and bicycles) on the road, you’ll get your food delivered on average in 15 minutes.

Depending on locations of the customer and the restaurant, the UberEats app will determine whether to dispatch a car or a bike to make the delivery. For example, if the route is under three miles, runs through a congested part of the city, and can be complete on bike-friendly streets, then bike couriers will be prioritized to make the delivery.

The MiniTad is a crossover personal electric vehicle (PEV) that is capable of a top speed of 18 mph and a range of 15 miles on a single charge. The vehicle weighs about 17 pounds making it an ideal solution for last-mile delivery.


UberEats delivery partners can purchase a MiniTad direct online from http://minitad.us. The MiniTad website also offers protective gear and insulated food delivery bags for UberEats delivery.

Minitad to enter the micromobility market with personal electric vehicle

Minitad a personal electric vehicle (PEV) developer and manufacturer today announced the availability of Minitad 1.0.

MiniTad 1.0 is a cross over between an electric scooter and skateboard providing last-mile transportation for urban commuters.

The market has already attracted a strong customer base and has done so roughly two to three times faster than either car sharing or ride hailing. In just a few years, several micromobility start-ups have amassed valuations that exceed $1 billion.

The MiniTad weighs in at 17lbs, light enough to carry and has a length of 18 inches, so small enough to stash!

This little beast can go 15 miles on a single charge without kicking or peddling, making it the ultimate personal electric vehicle.

Commuters can order a custom built MiniTad direct from the vehicle website at http://minitad.us/. With a price point of $299 the device is positioned below other comparable alternatives.