car2go to Launch in Jerusalem

The carsharing service will launch in Jerusalem with a fleet of 17 vehicles. Photo courtesy of car2go
The carsharing service will launch in Jerusalem with a fleet of 17 vehicles. Photo courtesy of car2go

Car2go plans to launch in Jerusalem in early 2018, according to an article by The Jerusalem Report. 

The carsharing service will launch with a fleet of 17 vehicles, and designated parking spaces will be reserved throughout the city, the article reported. Users will be able to rent vehicles by the minute, hour or day. 

Click here to view the full Jerusalem Post report. 

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