For 8 Singaporian dollars ($5.83) a month, subscribers have access to 667 vehicles and 345 charging stations.   -  Photo via  Depositphotos .

For 8 Singaporian dollars ($5.83) a month, subscribers have access to 667 vehicles and 345 charging stations. 

Photo via Depositphotos.

Singapore's electric carsharing service, BlueSG, reached one million rentals this week, The Strait Times reports.

The service, which launched in 2017 as part of a Land Transport Authority pilot program, now has more than 80,000 users. For 8 Singaporian dollars ($5.83) a month, subscribers have access to 667 vehicles and 345 charging stations. 

BlueSG told the Times that the 100,000 vehicles were rented out and 4,000 new subscribers added after the country reopened in June. 

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