car2go Opens at Frankfurt Airport

Photo via Wikimedia.
Photo via Wikimedia.

car2go has launched its car-sharing service at Frankfurt Airport. Now Frankfurt is the eighth German city to receive car2go.

At the airport, car2g0 has leased 20 parking spaces at the parking area in Terminal 1, according to the Frankfurt Airport. Customers will be able to rent the smart fortwo vehicles for about $20 per hour after paying a one-time registration fee of approximately $25.

To celebrate this launch, car2go is offering free registration and 30 minutes of usage without charge through Sept. 30.

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