Car2go Reaches 1M Members Worldwide

Infographic courtesy of car2go.
Infographic courtesy of car2go.

car2go has announced that its car-sharing service has reached one million members in its 60 cities across eight countries.

In celebration of this milestone, car2go has revealed user behavior data to illustrate its growth since launching in 2009. According to car2go, the data was collected from 60 cities across 29 operating Home Areas around the world, including its North America markets.

Here are a few highlights, according to car2go:

  • 136,701,662: The total number of miles driven since car2go launched. 
  • Over 32 million: The total amount of trips taken since car2go launched. 
  • 19-25: The average time (in minutes) of a car2go trip since it launched in North America.

"Providing our members the best car2go experience with their honest feedback has always been such an important part of our overall growth strategy," said Paul DeLong, chief marketing officer of car2go North America. "We've seen tremendous growth since we first launched, and the strong adoption rate is a testament that our valued members are truly responding to our efforts to help them get from Point A to Point B with absolute ease.

“We know that we can't rest — we will continue to innovate and improve car2go in our existing markets and introduce car2go to additional cities around the world. We are committed to enhancing the quality of life in the communities we serve with absolute openness and transparency," added DeLong.

Through Dec. 21, car2go is offering free car2go membership, along with 30 minutes of free drive time at car2gotime.com, using promotional code CAR2GOTIME.

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