Europcar Mobility Group’s car-sharing brand Ubeeqo says that DriveNow’s decision must not deter local authorities – and motorists – from adopting car sharing.
Pair blame the “volatile state of the global mobility landscape” and rising infrastructure costs.
Car-sharing in London has increased this year.
BMW and Daimler are investing more than £870m to develop and integrate car-sharing, ride-hailing, parking, electric vehicle charging and multimodal transport.
BMW’s car sharing service DriveNow has expanded its electric fleet with 130 new BMW i3s, in a bid to reduce London’s congestion and air pollution
BMW’s car sharing service Drive Now is expanding into five new boroughs in London – Westminster, Barnet, Tower Hamlets, Southwark and Brent.
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.
To celebrate, DriveNow is giving away 10 million free minutes to its customers in all markets including London.
Better balance between corporates and private required to hit Carplus target.
DriveNow has announced the appointment of a new management director.
A deal between BMW and Sixt has led to a new proposition for Londoners, which focuses on an innovative approach to parking, reports Christopher Smith
BMW's DriveNow car sharing service has reached 500,000 customers worldwide.
DriveNow - the new flexible car sharing service from BMW Group and Sixt SE – today rolled out a fleet of BMW i3s across North and East London.
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