How Does Car Sharing Work?

Car sharing is an alternative to owning a car. As a member or user of a car sharing service, you can rent a car by the minute, hour or day.

To use car sharing, you need a valid form of payment and your SIM card and identity card confirmed by a car sharing scheme in Singapore.

With car sharing, people share a vehicle as part of a co-ownership program. Participants do not claim ownership of their vehicle, but only use it when they need it. Car sharing works with a single vehicle or a fleet of vehicles in a group of people. There is always an agreement between members other than the mileage allowance. 

With car sharing, you just need to find the nearest vehicle and make a reservation for the day or week. There is no limit to how far you can drive, but there are rules and regulations that you must follow, especially if you are part of a group.

Friends, family members and colleagues can participate in car sharing. You can start sharing a car by asking or talking to those countries and coming to an agreement. Car sharing works best in small and large cities when car use is a basic need. Car sharing saves you money because you only use your car when you need it and for a specific purpose.