ReachNow Announces Flat Rate Pricing

Photo courtesy of BMW's ReachNow
Photo courtesy of BMW's ReachNow

BMW’s mobility service ReachNow has announced flat rate pricing for each of its members. All cities where ReachNow operates its carsharing service will have a flat rate of $20 per hour. This results in a savings of $4.50 per hour or 17%, according to ReachNow.

Seattle and Portland are getting a further reduction in their 24-hour flat rate, down from $110 to $80, says the company.

Additionally, Brooklyn is also getting a decrease on their daily flat rates for multiple days — with two days for $180 dollars, three days for $250, four days for $300, and five days for $350.

Brooklyn ReachNow drivers will also have access to E-Z-Pass charges for tolls for a limited time. With E-Z-Pass, ReachNow vehicles do not need to stop at toll plazas to pay for parking.

ReachNow will also be extending their limited offer for driving 41 cents per minute and parking for 30 cents per minute, according to the company.

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