Free2Move's new on-demand car rental service is available through an app. The service launches...

Free2Move's new on-demand car rental service is available through an app. The service launches in Washington, D.C. with a fleet of Jeep Renegades. 

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Free2Move launched a new Car On Demand service in Washington, D.C. This month-to-month subscription program can be accessed through the Free2Move app.

The solution adds to the company's portfolio of offerings in the capital city, and the brand says they are continuing with plans to roll out their service in other key U.S. cities. 

With an objective to simplify mobility for its customers with tailor-made solutions for the world of tomorrow, Free2Move is 100% digital and includes car sharing, ride sharing, parking access, and rental services, in an app with on-demand access. The Car On Demand addition adds month-to-month vehicle access with no hidden fees, the company announced.

“Adding Car On Demand to our service portfolio in Washington, D.C. is an exciting, strategic step for our brand,” said Brigitte Courtehoux, Free2Move CEO. “Our goal is to develop solutions for urban populations who are eager to use, but not necessarily to purchase, vehicles. Free2Move Car On Demand is already a success in Los Angeles, as well as in many European cities. We look forward to meeting the needs of our Washington, D.C. customers with this flexible, all-inclusive car rental option.”

Free2Move collects data through customer surveys on vehicle usage and service feedback. The company's Car On Demand solution is designed for customers interested in accessing a vehicle for one month or more. Cars are delivered to customers at the location of their choice. The Washington, D.C. Free2Move Car On Demand will start with a fleet of Jeep Renegades.

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