Spin City Launches Carsharing in Croatia

Spin City Carsharing is launching its service in Zagreb, Croatia's capital city. Photo via Wikimedia.
Spin City Carsharing is launching its service in Zagreb, Croatia's capital city. Photo via Wikimedia.

Spin City Carsharing will launch its carsharing service in Croatia’s capital city this fall. The company will operate 30 vehicles around the city of Zagreb.

Users will be able to locate the newest vehicle through their smartphones, as well as lock and unlock the vehicles.

Spin City’s 30-vehicle fleet will also include 10 electric vehicles.

After registering on Spin City’s website, users can access the vehicles; they will be charged 2.62 kuna per minute of driving.

For more information, visit www.spincity.hr.

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