AutoShare Enhances Fleet with Cargo Vans

AutoShare's Chevrolet Express
AutoShare's Chevrolet Express

Toronto-based AutoShare added Chevy Express cargo vans to the “AutoShare Cargo” portion of its fleet of vehicles on May 3. The vehicles will be at 21 AutoShare locations throughout Toronto.

The cargo vans join AutoShare’s pickup trucks and minivans for what the company calls “moving season.”  The Chevy Express includes 240 cubic feet of space, making it the largest vehicle in the fleet.

Starting at $10.25 per hour, the cargo vans will be available for customers at any time with AutoShare’s 24 hour self-serve access. Prices include gas, insurance, parking, roadside assistance and 150km of free mileage.

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