Recently, bike-sharing is booming in China. You are required to write an essay about shared bikes with no less than 150 words.
Bike-sharing is a service in which bicycles are made available for shared use to individuals on a very short-term basis. Users download an app on their smartphones (such as Ofo, Mobike, etc.), which allows them to locate and unlock a nearby bike by scanning a QR code. It's a cheap service, as providers charging just 0.5 or 1 yuan for every 30 minutes.
Bike-sharing allows users to park their bikes anywhere they want, unlike previous city-bikes that force users to look for designated dock stations. That users can use a bike whenever and wherever without having to worry about losing or maintaining the bike offers great flexibility, which can’t be imitated with public transit options. On the other hand, bikes are dumped in huge piles in the street in China and that is frustrating for the city inspectors.
As I see, the emergence of bike-sharing really facilitates our lives if we must abide by the rules. For example, we oughtn't to leave a bike in the middle of a road. I’m looking forward to that the bike-sharing makes our lives better instead of making troubles for our government.