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Car-sharing company opens in Turin

A car-sharing company using environmentally-friendly vehicles is being launched in the Italian city of Turin.

Starting next year, the companies behind Car City Club are Fiat Auto-owned car rental and fleet management company Savarent, mobility company ATM (Azienda Torinese di Mobilita) and Capi, a co-operative specialising in managing transport services.

During its first year, the club will use a fleet of 60 vehicles distributed via a network of 16 car stations. Ultimately, it plans to operate 200 vehicles from 40 stations. Members can reserve a vehicle from just an hour to a few days through a dedicated call centre.

Vehicles will include environmentally-friendly models of the Fiat Punto, Stilo, Multipla and light commercial vehicles such as Doblo and Ducato. (December 2001)

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