If you find a CityBee car dirty or damaged (if the damage is not marked with an orange sticker “Reported”), please report by the application or take a photo and send it to us by email or a Facebook message and indicate a vehicle state plate number.
Email for CityBee LT damages email@example.com
Email for Citybee EE damages firstname.lastname@example.org
Email for Citybee LV damages email@example.com
The areas highlighted on the map of the CityBee application are parking areas where cars can be picked up and must be parked at the end of the trip (only, of course, without violating traffic rules: without parking the car in places marked “Reserved” or “No parking”. Also, please do not leave CityBee cars in underground, multi-store parking lots, private driveways, prohibited parking zone regulated by time or on the lawn.
You can always leave your Bee here if you follow the traffic rules, and do not park in disabled, reserved areas, apartment associations and special permit areas. If the car is parked in a private paid parking lot (e.g. Citypark, Europark minus these exceptions), the driver pays for the parking lot himself.
Important – green areas for cars, cargo, and electric cars are different.
Leaving or picking a Bee up here might incur an extra fee or discount for the trip. Please note that the conditions differ for each area. Click on the desired area to see them.
It is not permitted to leave your Bee here. Ending the trip in the prohibited areas might result in a fine. Areas not separated by color are also not CityBee areas and Bees cannot be left in them. Bees must return to the beehive.
You can check the CityBee zones in CityBee app by clicking on the letter “P” icon under the map.
With CityBee cars you can also travel between cities and towns (including vans but in some cases van drivers have to buy their own vignettes and pay for the roads themselves*).
Parking in the city parking lots in Lithuania (Vilnius, Kaunas, Gargzdai, Klaipeda, Palanga, Kretinga, Neringa) is free of charge only in CityBee zones (indicated in the mobile application).
Parking in the city parking lots in Latvia (Riga, Liepāja, Jelgava, Ogre, Sigulda, Olaine, Ādaži, and Jūrmala (Jurmala)) is free of charge.
Parking in the city parking lots in Estonia (Tallinn) is free of charge in the city’s parking spaces (except Old Town) and in selected private car parks (https://help.citybee.tech/et/articles/5598752-millistes-tasulistes-citybee-tsoonides-saan -parkida) as well as in other cities marked on the CityBee map.
If the car is parked in a private paid parking lot (with the exceptions mentioned above), the driver pays the parking fee independently.
You can travel between Baltic countries: Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia, but for leaving car in other country you will be charged 79 euros.
* You can find all toll roads in Lithuania here. and purchase the vignette here.
In Latvia vignettes are included in the price and drivers don’t have to buy it.
In Estonia You have to buy a vignette if the vehicle weighs more than 3500kg.
You can purchase the vignette here.
The fuel is refilled at any Circle K gas station (you have to pay for the fuel with the CityBee fuel card found inside the car)!
After selecting the BeePool icon, press “Create trip” and fill in all the necessary information: the starting point and destination of the trip, the departure time, the price per person and the number of available seats in the car. You can also add an additional comment about your travel expectations or other important information. When you’re done entering information, click „Create“.
The only thing remaining to do is to wait for the seats in the vehicle requests from fellow passengers. Do not delay to approve the requests you receive.
Please note that this service is provided in Lithuania only.
Depending on the model and the charging station type, the time varies:
Fast charging stations (50+kW) – 0-80% in 45 min (VW e-Crafter) or 1h 10 min (Peugeot e-2008);
AC charging stations (11 kW) – 0-80% in 3.5h (VW e-Crafter) or 4.5h (Peugeot e-2008);
Home charging from domestic electric 220V socket – 0-80% in 14h (VW e-Crafter) or 20h (Peugeot e-2008).
”My wallet” is used only in Lithuania and Estonia.
“My wallet‘‘ is a virtual wallet that can be topped up. You can top Your wallet up with CityBee credits worth 25, 50 or 100 Euros. It can be done multiple times and wallet‘s capacity is not limited.
Primarily all payments for the trip will be made from your “Wallet” – the total amount will be deducted from your wallet and only if the credit balance is insufficient, the money will be charged from Your bank card that is linked to your account.
If you have active CityBee credits in Your wallet, payments automatically will be made from it – there is no possibility to change the payment method.
In addition to Tallinn city center and downtown parking zones you are allowed to park and end the trip in the following private parking areas which are in the CityBee zone:
Europark: You are allowed to park and end the trip in all open Europark parking lots (except parking houses and parking lots with gates) in Tallinn, which are included in CityBee zones.
Ühisteenused: You are allowed to park and end the trip in all open Ühisteenused parking lots (except parking houses and parking lots with gates) in Tallinn, which are included in CityBee zones.
When parking you are obligated to follow parking requirements and traffic rules. Client is responsible paying for parking in parking lots that are not listed above.
You are not allowed to park or end the trip in the areas of apartment associations and special permits, even if there is a green CityBee parking zone.
Parking fines issued during the reservation and/or after the reservation are disputed with the data of the person responsible for the company organizing the parking. If this is not possible, CityBee pays the parking fine and reissues the fine to the responsible person.
CityBee additionals fees are described in the following document: