The first carsharing service has launched in Slovakia, according to a report by The Slovak Spectator.
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Currently, the first seven electric Volkswagen e-Up! vehicles can be rented from Bratislava’s SNP square, according to the report. The cost is 25 euros for a half day and 35 euros for the whole day.
The company will offer a 4 euros charge for the minimum rental time of one hour — with the goal of having a pricing schedule that charges a per-minute price, says the report.
up! City plans to add more locations in the near future.
Click here for the full Slovak Spectator report.
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