While there’s lots of talk about driving a green EV or hybrid vehicle, what if you could avoid owning a car at all, and only use one when you needed it? Taking Ubers or Lyfts is one way to get yourself somewhere quickly, but sometimes you want your own car for an hour or a day. Gig Car Share, a car-sharing service available in major parts of Oakland and Berkeley, California, can help you out.
I recently heard about Gig Car Share, which is run by AAA using Ridecell software, and decided to check them out in person. I happened to be in the “home area” getting my hair cut, so I used the app to find a car. There turned out to be one in the next block, which I took for a short ride.
The app, which I easily downloaded the day before, worked as advertised, and I was able to do the whole thing for a few dollars.
Read my full story in Clean Fleet Report. And stay tuned for when I dig a bit deeper into the story behind this fascinating technology.
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