Tagged Car Sharing

car2go Expands Service to St. Paul

Starting in July, car2go will bring its car-sharing service to St. Paul, Minn., with an 18-month agreement with the St. Paul City Council.


Insurance Companies Oppose N.Y. Car-Sharing Bill

Likely to result in potential lawsuits over coverage, the National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies (NAMIC) is opposed to a N.Y. bill that would regulate insurance coverage involved with car-sharing programs.


City CarShare Partners with Senior Nonprofit

San Francisco-based City CarShare partners with Next Village San Francisco to provide rides to senior citizens.


Zipcar Expands in Chicago

As part of its expansion efforts, Zipcar has expanded its car-sharing service to several surrounding communities of Chicago and has added two vehicles — a Ford Focus and a Mazda 3.


WunderCar Expands Car Sharing to Dublin

German car-sharing startup WunderCar has expanded its service to Dublin, the first city outside of Germany.


car2go Ends Operation in UK

At the end of May, car2go ceased its car-sharing operations in London and Birmingham. The company first came to London in December 2012 and then expanded to Birmingham in 2013.


GoGet Opens Australian Car-Sharing Center

GoGet, an Australian-based car-sharing company, has opened its SuperPod center in Sydney with at least 44 vehicles.


Enterprise CarShare Joins CarSharing Association

For its efforts to expand the car-sharing industry, Enterprise CarShare has been named as a member of the CarSharing Association (CSA).


car2go Enters Los Angeles Region

Starting in June, car2go’s car-sharing service will launch in Los Angeles’ South Bay region with 150 smart fortwo vehicles.


Malaysia to Launch Electric Car-Sharing Program

Malaysia will launch its first electric car-sharing program in the Klang Valley in August.


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