DriveNow Carsharing Expands to More Cities for Moovit Users

Published: March 1, 2016

After successfully launching an integration with DriveNow carsharing in London in January, we’re now expanding this multimodal experience to Berlin, Hamburg, Munich, Düsseldorf and Stockholm. When you use Moovit in these cities, you’ll now also have the option of reserving a DriveNow vehicle with just a few taps, for as little or as long as you’d like. You’ll now have even more ways to get where you’re going, for those times when you don’t feel like walking to the train station, have too many grocery bags to carry onto the bus, or just need to get there faster.


What is DriveNow?

DriveNow is a free-floating carsharing joint venture of BMW i, MINI and Sixt. It’s available in various European cities and offers a range of high-quality premium vehicles of the BMW and MINI brands to rent.

How does it work?

First, install the DriveNow app and register for the service. After you’ve registered, locate your preferred pick-up spot on the Moovit map. You’ll see a number of available cars nearby noted with the DriveNow icon. Tap the icon and review the car details, then tap Reserve and start your trip.

How much does it cost?

There is a one-time registration fee of 29 EUR (290 kr in Stockholm), but no on-going subscription costs. You can rent a car by the minute for as little or as long as you like, starting at 31 cents/min (4,50 kr/min in Stockholm). Fuel costs, parking, insurance and car tax are all included, so there are no hidden fees. DriveNow offers additional savings programs and hourly packages that offer a further reduction of raters per minute if you use DriveNow frequently. And if you need to fill up, there’s a fuel card in the drawer inside the car.

Where do I return the car?

Whenever you’re done with your trip, you can park your car in almost any public parking space in the business area; every car is equipped with a parking permit. You’re not limited by designated DriveNow parking bays, so you can enjoy complete flexibility when you no longer need the car.

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