Electric Carsharing Service Launches in Bulgaria

Downtown Sofia, Bulgaria. Photo via Boby Dimitrov/Wikimedia
Downtown Sofia, Bulgaria. Photo via Boby Dimitrov/Wikimedia

An electric carsharing service called Spark has launched in Bulgaria’s capital city Sofia.

On Oct. 30, an electric carsharing service called Spark launched in Bulgaria’s capital city Sofia, according to a report by novinite.com.

Customers can find the nearest electric vehicle, reserve it, and rent it through the service’s mobile app. The price is set per minute, with the first 12 minutes included in the initial fee, says the report.

The service started with 25 electric vehicles, and according to the company, the number of vehicles will increase to 50 within six months, says the report.

Click here to read the full novinite.com report.

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