Joyride Nashville Becomes Fully Regulated

As of August 28, 2015 Joyride Nashville became regulated.  This means that the Joyride service is fully recognized and observed by the state of TN and by the city of Nashville. With demand for low speed vehicle transportation steadily increasing, cities across the country are taking note and have looked to Nashville’s decision in regulating…

Explore The City Tour

Our local tour guides provide informative & fun tours developed with the rider in mind and range from a sight seeing tour, brewery tour, food & wine tour to fun group activities such as a bar golf and much more. Tours can be booked in advance through our booking form below or in person with the…

Joyride Nashville WKRN Taxi Protest Highlights

News 2 WKRN-TV Nashville Coverage When introducing something new within a community, there is often an uproar from both sides of the scale.  Especially when is this something new introduces a threat to an already existing business model.  Follow the coverage of the Nashville Taxi Cab Protest through the link provided above. Highlights from the…

“Tesla’s Not as Disruptive As You Might Think”

Link to: HARVARD BUISNESS REVIEW Tesla’s Not as Disruptive As You Might Think “If Tesla won’t disrupt the industry, what could? Bartman’s research points to the “neighborhood electric vehicle”—a low-speed vehicle that resembles a souped-up golf cart. NEVs are used by security on university campuses, for transportation in retirement communities, and for delivery in cities.…

Road to Regulation

Summarized article posted on Joyride’s “road to regulation”: “People have adopted it pretty well,” co-owner Grant Rosenblatt said. “It is like your friendly neighborhood transportation service.” Joyride is looking to expand around Nashville and start building a local clientelein the Gulch, 12 South, Eight Avenue corridor and Germantown. And nationally, the company is looking to…