First Electric Carsharing Service Launches in Romania

Romania's carsharing service will use electric Mitsubishi iMiev vehicles. Photo courtesy of Mitsubishi.
Romania's carsharing service will use electric Mitsubishi iMiev vehicles. Photo courtesy of Mitsubishi.

Casa Auto has launched the first electric carsharing service in Romania, according to a report by the Romania Insider.

Caby will use Mitsubishi iMiev electric vehicles in the city of Iasi. At the beginning, the service will be used only by corporate employees, says the report. But as it increases its fleet, the carsharing service will be made available to the public.

The fleet of electric cars will be distributed throughout Isai; users can rent them at one of five locations, says the report.

Click here for the full Romania Insider report.

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