Korean Car Sharing Company Experiences Growth Spike

Greencar, a car sharing company in Seoul, Korea, reported June 7 that after launching in October 2011 the company now boasts 50,000 members in 12 main cities, at 200 sites nationwide.

According to GreenCar, a survey revealed that the vehicles are mainly used for business travel by 25- to 35-year-old men or by stay-at-home moms as a second car. Reserving through Greencar can be done through the company’s mobile app. The service is membership based and cars can be reserved by the hour with additional hourly rates.

More can be found about the company at http://www.greencar.co.kr/.

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