Zipcar Announces New ONE>WAY Service

Zipcar ONE<WAY service will feature the 2015 Honda Fit. Photo courtesy of Zipcar.
Zipcar ONE<WAY service will feature the 2015 Honda Fit. Photo courtesy of Zipcar.

Zipcar has announced its new ONE>WAY service, which will enable members to take point-to-point trips within cities — and to and from select airport locations.

Currently being tested and slated to launch in select markets later this year, the service will exclusively feature the Honda Fit.

Members will be able to reserve and pick up a Honda Fit Zipcar at a designated location and drop it off at another location with a guaranteed parking spot, says Zipcar.

“Our ONE>WAY service blends the best of Zipcar – guaranteed parking and advance reservations – with the best of the one-way model – spontaneity and the freedom to leave a car in a different location,” said Zipcar President Kaye Ceille. “Zipcar ONE>WAY, combined with our global fleet of more than 10,000 vehicles with 30 different makes and models, offers members the most options, the most flexibility and the largest global network of any mobility provider.”

Available through Zipcar ONE>WAY this fall, the 2015 Fit provides 95.7 cubic feet of passenger volume —seating for up to five passengers with storage space behind the rear seats.

"Created for urban mobility, the Fit subcompact and Zipcar ONE>WAY service will offer Zipsters the best of sustainable city transportation in a functional, stylish and fuel efficient package,” said Steven Center, vice president of the Environmental Business Development Office at American Honda. “Honda has long been involved in the car-sharing industry, and we believe that this program will help reduce emissions and city congestion while providing a new level of freedom and convenience to customers.”

For more information, visit www.zipcar.com/oneway.

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  1. cabuddy [ May 9, 2014 @ 05:30AM ]

    any carpools, ride sharing, vehicle sharing or travel sharing checkout www.carbuddy.in

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