Austin joins Denver, Portland, and Washington D.C., offering residents acess to its fleet of...

Austin joins Denver, Portland, and Washington D.C., offering residents acess to its fleet of Jeep Renegades. 

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Mobility provider Free2Move announced the addition of Austin, Texas, to its list of Mobility Hubs.

Residents of Austin can now see the Free2Move fleet of 100 Jeep Renegade vehicles parked on city streets, and can book one through the Free2Move app for a rental by the minute, day, or month. The announcement says that Free2Move prioritized Austin as a Mobility Hub due to the city’s commitment to bring additional mobility services to its community.

The Free2Move Austin Mobility Hub will focus on:

  • Carsharing and Rent - With services ranging from minutes to up to seven days, users can access vehicles parked in the Free2Move service area; customers can leave the service area and pause their trip, as long as the trip ends within the designated service area; parking, gas and insurance are included.
  • Car On Demand - For month-to-month subscription, without long-term commitment; all-inclusive service with maintenance, insurance and 24/7 assistance all in a single price; cars will be delivered to the customer’s doorstep.

The Free2Move Austin vehicle fleet will ramp up to 150 cars over the next few weeks. With more than 50,000 university students in the Austin area, Free2Move says its customer base in the new market is impressively large. In addition to the business-to-consumer services, Free2Move provides special offers to businesses, including coupon codes to encourage employees to use the new mobility solution.

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