East Hertfordshire will benefit from a fleet of new electric vehicles, available for use through Europcar’s E-Car car sharing platform.
Company cars are still the preferred method of travel by the majority of companies that operate fleets, according to Arval.
Vulog and Groupe Renault will begin building electric vehicles ready for car sharing services, under a new partnership.
Leasys is launching U-Go, a new peer-to-peer car sharing scheme that enables its customers to share their car when it’s not in use.
Europcar Mobility Group’s car-sharing brand Ubeeqo has expanded into three new boroughs in London – Southwark, Lambeth and Lewisham.
Zipcar UK has launched a campaign to engage with key business audiences at a series of London events.
Zipcar UK's membership grew 33% in 2018 to hit the 250,000 mark, with London boroughs in particular seeing huge growth.
Europcar has added a further 85 Renault Zoes to its fleet.
Many leasing companies believe they already operate in the mobility market – after all, they provide a means of employees getting from A to B through company cars, daily rental vehicles and, in some cases, car clubs/corporate car sharing.
Fleet decision-makers also discuss cash or company car options and car clubs
BMW’s car sharing service Drive Now is expanding into five new boroughs in London – Westminster, Barnet, Tower Hamlets, Southwark and Brent.
Nearly half (47%) of Londoners aged 18 to 34 have tried car sharing at least once, according to research from Zipcar UK.
Co-wheels has been awarded a three-year contract to deliver car-sharing in Birmingham.
Groupe Renault and ADA are launching the Moov’in.Paris app for a car-sharing service for electric vehicles in Paris.
ALD Automotive has signed a pilot agreement with MaaS Global, an international mobility operator based in Finland.
Motorists' desire to use alternative modes of transport will see the overall car-sharing vehicle parc grow 26% from 983,000 last year to 1.237 million in 2018, predicts Frost & Sullivan.
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New car-sharing platforms could allow fleets to generate revenue during vehicle downtime and deliver driver efficiency.
Car-sharing provider DriveNow is now a wholly-owned subsidiary of the BMW Group after its acquisiton of the Sixt stake was approved by antitrust authorities.
Business mobility specialist Alphabet has seen customer usage of its car sharing platform grow by 18.68% this year.
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