Sixt, BMW Expand DriveNow to London

Photo courtesy of Wikimedia.
Photo courtesy of Wikimedia.

Sixt and BMW have announced its car-sharing program DriveNow will be expanding to London, according to BusinessCar magazine report.

After paying a one-time registration fee, customers can rent a BMW or Mini from designated locations using a DriveNow ID card.

Rates and an official launch date in London are not yet confirmed, according to the report.

Operating in Germany since 2011, DriveNow is also available in Austria and San Francisco.

Click here for the full BusinessCar report: http://www.businesscar.co.uk/news/2014/bmw-plots-car-sharing-scheme

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