Forget calling for an Uber, Plymouth is offering visitors free shuttle service around town this summer with its new Ride Circuit electric cars.

See Plymouth is debuting three electric vehicles to help locals and tourists alike get around America's Hometown this summer for no cost. These absolutely free rides mean the stress of driving around town or walking from attraction to attraction can be a thing of the past, not to mention the break it can be for your gas tank.

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Then, here's everything you need to know about the new See Plymouth shuttles.

How do you get a free ride throughout Plymouth?

Easy. Just download the Ride Circuit app to your Apple or Android device and use this service just like Uber or Lyft. You tell them where you are and where you want to go throughout the historic district, downtown and waterfront areas and they do the driving.

What hours are free rides available?

See Plymouth says Ride Circuit runs seven days a week from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. from June 24 to Labor Day, Sept. 5.

Can my kids ride the See Plymouth free shuttle?

Yes, each Ride Circuit car in the See Plymouth fleet has seatbelts like any other vehicle. However, car seats and booster seats are unavailable, so as long as your child is old enough to be out of a car seat, they can enjoy the free rides.

Where does the See Plymouth free shuttle travel?

Ride Circuit cars will travel throughout the historic district, downtown and waterfront areas daily. That means you could have a day at the beach without stressing about parking and then enjoy dinner by the water at night. Maybe plan to visit Plimoth Patuxet Museums, Plymouth Rock and the National Monument to the Forefathers without driving all over town.

The possibilities are endless with everything Plymouth has to offer. You can learn more about the free Ride Circuit cars at and plan your trip to town there, too. Summer fun without the stress of gas prices sounds pretty great to us.

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