Carvenient’s Carsharing Service Launches in Reading

Carvenient Club has a carsharing fleet featuring the smart fortwo. Photo via Wikimedia.
Carvenient Club has a carsharing fleet featuring the smart fortwo. Photo via Wikimedia.

Carvenient Club’s has launched its carsharing service in the English city of Reading.

Carvenient’s smart fortwo vehicles are located across the city for users to rent by the hour or day, according to a report by getreading.co.uk.

The vehicles can be booked any time of day using Carvenient’s online and mobile-friendly reservation system. A Carvenient Card unlocks the vehicles and the keys can be found in the glove compartment.

Rentals are available starting at about $6 per hour to $60 per day, including insurance and gas, according to the report.

Click here for the full getreading.co.uk report: http://www.getreading.co.uk/news/local-news/new-car-club-comes-reading-9957324

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