GoGet Opens Australian Car-Sharing Center

GoGet has opened a SuperPod rental car facility in Sydney. Photo via Wikimedia.
GoGet has opened a SuperPod rental car facility in Sydney. Photo via Wikimedia.

GoGet, an Australian-based car-sharing company, has opened its SuperPod facility in Sydney, according to a report by The Motor Report. This facility will offer a range of vehicles for GoGet members.

Adjacent to Sydney’s Central Station, this $2-billion facility is the largest of its kind in Australia, says the report.

With at least 44 vehicles available for GoGet members, the center provides a one-stop place to find a rental car — with models ranging from Hyundai, Toyota to Audi, according to the report.

“The SuperPod is all about how car share has become critical for people who want a wardrobe-like choice of vehicles without the needless expense of owning one,” Bruce Jeffreys, GoGet co-founder, told The Motor Report.

Click here to read the full Motor Report article: http://www.themotorreport.com.au/59007/goget-superpod-in-sydney-becomes-australias-largest-car-sharing-centre

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