Previously, Zipcar's director blamed the high rate of car ownership in the city for company's poor performance. 
 - Photo via GoToVan/Wikimedia. 

Previously, Zipcar's director blamed the high rate of car ownership in the city for company's poor performance. 

Photo via GoToVan/Wikimedia. 

Avis-owned Zipcar will be ending service Brussels, Paris, and Barcelona, the Brussels Times reports.

Zipcar, which started operations in Brussels in 2016 and currently has a fleet of 250 vehicles, said that it experienced "disappointing results" in the three aforementioned cities. 

The news source said that despite having a global presence, Zipcar is not the most recongnizable carsharing brand in Belgium. Previously, Zipcar's director blamed the high rate of car ownership in the city for poor performance. 

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