Carsharing

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Carsharing or car sharing (AU, NZ, CA, TH, & US) or car clubs (UK) is a model of car rental where people rent cars for short periods of time, often by the hour.wikipedia
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Shared mobility

Carsharing is part of a larger trend of shared mobility.
Shared mobility is an umbrella term that encompasses a variety of transportation modes including carsharing, bikesharing, peer-to-peer ridesharing, on-demand ride services, microtransit, and other modes.

Witkar

A much more ambitious project called the Witkar was launched in Amsterdam by the founders of the 1965 white bicycles project.
The Witkar (Dutch, literally "white car" or "white cart") was one of the first technology-based carsharing projects in the world.

Zipcar

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Zipcar, Flexcar (bought by Zipcar in 2007), and City Car Club were all started in 2000.
Zipcar is an American car-sharing company and a subsidiary of Avis Budget Group.

Flexcar

Zipcar, Flexcar (bought by Zipcar in 2007), and City Car Club were all started in 2000.
Flexcar was a for-profit car sharing company, the oldest and second-largest in the United States behind Boston-based Zipcar, with which it merged in late 2007.

Enterprise Car Club

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Zipcar, Flexcar (bought by Zipcar in 2007), and City Car Club were all started in 2000.
Enterprise Car Club (formerly City Car Club) is a British car club operator.

City CarShare

City CarShare was founded in the San Francisco Bay Area in 2001, as a non-profit.
City Carshare was a carsharing program that operated in the San Francisco Bay area.

Uhaul Car Share

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Several car rental companies launched their own carsharing services beginning in 2008, including Avis On Location by Avis, Hertz on Demand (formerly known as Connect by Hertz ), operating in the U.S. and Europe; Uhaul Car Share owned by U-Haul, and WeCar by Enterprise Rent-A-Car.
UhaulCarShare (formerly "UCarShare") is a for-profit carsharing service offered by U-Haul in nearly 40 cities in the United States.

Peer-to-peer carsharing

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By 2010, when various peer-to-peer carsharing systems were introduced.
Peer-to-peer carsharing is a form of person-to-person lending or collaborative consumption, as part of the sharing economy.

Bicycle-sharing system

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A much more ambitious project called the Witkar was launched in Amsterdam by the founders of the 1965 white bicycles project.
City CarShare, a San Francisco-based non-profit, received a federal grant in 2012 to integrate electric bicycles within its existing car-sharing fleet.

The Hertz Corporation

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Several car rental companies launched their own carsharing services beginning in 2008, including Avis On Location by Avis, Hertz on Demand (formerly known as Connect by Hertz ), operating in the U.S. and Europe; Uhaul Car Share owned by U-Haul, and WeCar by Enterprise Rent-A-Car.
It launched a global carsharing service under the name Connect by Hertz in December 2008, serving customers who paid a fee to rent cars by the hour in Park Ridge, New Jersey, New York, Orlando, Florida, London, England, Paris, France, and Sydney, Australia.

Getaround

In August 2018, the carsharing startup Getaround rose $300 million from Softbank.
Getaround is an online car sharing or peer-to-peer carsharing service that allows drivers to rent cars from private car owners, and owners to rent out their cars for payment.

Car rental

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Several car rental companies launched their own carsharing services beginning in 2008, including Avis On Location by Avis, Hertz on Demand (formerly known as Connect by Hertz ), operating in the U.S. and Europe; Uhaul Car Share owned by U-Haul, and WeCar by Enterprise Rent-A-Car. Carsharing or car sharing (AU, NZ, CA, TH, & US) or car clubs (UK) is a model of car rental where people rent cars for short periods of time, often by the hour.

Enterprise Holdings

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Several car rental companies launched their own carsharing services beginning in 2008, including Avis On Location by Avis, Hertz on Demand (formerly known as Connect by Hertz ), operating in the U.S. and Europe; Uhaul Car Share owned by U-Haul, and WeCar by Enterprise Rent-A-Car.
PhillyCarShare, a for-profit car-sharing organization in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, was acquired by Enterprise in 2011 and was renamed Enterprise CarShare in 2014.

Peer-to-peer ridesharing

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The scheme was not intended for different drivers of a single car but for a driver offering seats in his car (Real-time ridesharing).

ShareNow

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It is a subsidiary of Daimler AG providing carsharing services in urban areas in Europe and North America.

GoGet

GoGet CarShare is a car sharing service operating in Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Brisbane and Adelaide.

List of carsharing organizations

This is an incomplete list of currently operating carsharing organizations.

Public transport

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Neighborhood fractional ownership carsharing is often promoted as an alternative to owning a car where public transit, walking, and cycling can be used most of the time and a car is only necessary for out-of-town trips, moving large items, or special occasions.

Sharing economy

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The collaborative consumption model is used in online marketplaces such as eBay as well as emerging sectors such as social lending, peer-to-peer accommodation, peer-to-peer travel experiences, peer-to-peer task assignments or travel advising, and carsharing or commuting-bus sharing.

Moscow

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Tokyo (Japan) with 19.8K vehicles, Moscow (Russia) with 16.5K vehicles, Beijing (China) with 15.4K vehicles, Shanghai (China) with 13.9K vehicles, Guangzhou (China) with 4.2K vehicles.
Moscow has different vehicle sharing options that are sponsored by the local government: there are several car sharing companies which are in charge of providing cars to the population.

Company

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Users can also organize as a company, public agency, cooperative, or ad hoc grouping.

Cooperative

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Users can also organize as a company, public agency, cooperative, or ad hoc grouping.

Housing cooperative

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The first reference to carsharing in print identifies the Selbstfahrergenossenschaft carshare program in a housing cooperative that got underway in Zürich in 1948, but there was no known formal development of the concept in the next few years.