With 500 locations across France, Citiz offers multiple modes of sharing, from free floating to station-based and even peer-to-peer sharing – all on a single tech backboneRead more
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eCooltra has over 4,600 electric scooters in three countries and in order to operate more efficiently and scale faster, eCooltra decided to switch its tech to INVERS.
Mobility Development provides carsharing to communities and regions that do not have easy access to on-demand transportation by offering electric vehicles whenever possible.
Seattle City Light operates a range of vehicles in their motor pool, from sedans to heavy machinery. Through right-sizing, they were able to save on their fleet operating costs.
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Roadfans is Germany’s first automated rental service – for caravans. This means users can book a caravan, pick it up and return it without having to approach a counter like in the traditional car rental scheme.Read more
Nabobil is Norway’s first and largest peer-to-peer carsharing platform and now operates under Getaround. Learn about how they managed to attract 120,000 users so far.
The County of Ventura operates motor pools across its regions, maximizing vehicle utilization and minimizing costs. Learn how corporate carsharing helped them achieve fleet efficiency.
emmy operates moped sharing in Germany and Austria with over 2000 electric scooters. Learn how reliability and speed were the key factors for ensuring a unique user experience.