Here’s Rick Meier’s list of car-sharing resources. Are we missing anything? Let us know.
Owned and operated by Avis Budget Group, Inc., Zipcar is the world’s leading car sharing network, boasting over 780,000 members.
A subsidiary of the German automaker Daimler, more and more Car2Go services are popping up in American cities.
Enterprise offers several different car share programs, marketed to differed type of users. Unlike traditional rental, you only have to be 21 years oldto share in your community.
On-demand car rentals through Hertz Rent-A-Car.
San Francisco’s non-profit transit solution.
Run by the non-profit Neighborhood Energy Connection, this local car-sharing service is based in St. Paul.
Over 26,000 users in Montreal and the surrounding region.
Car sharing for urbanites in Calgary, Alberta
Co-operative Auto Network “The first English-speaking carshare in the world”, Modo was founded in Vancouver sixteen years ago with just two cars shared by 16 members. Modo’s system currently has over 8,000 members, driving 300 vehicles.
A Toronto car sharing service.
A subsidiary of U-Haul, with locations all across the US/Canada
Chicago’s not-for-profit car share. The city’s first, established in 2002.
A volunteer-based, local non-profit car sharing organization, serving the Boulder-Denver metro area
A Denver car sharing system.
California car share based out of San Luis Obispo