Car sharing Free2Move in Paris
Car sharing service Free2Move will be launched on 3 December in Paris.
The fleet of 55 electric Peugeot iOn and Citroën C-Zéro EVs will be available via the Free2Move Paris app. The driver can choose to sign up with a monthly subscription of €9.90, or to pay-as-you-go; in the latter case, the driver pays €0.39/minute, slightly higher than the €0.32/minute with a monthly subscription.
Additionally, the free floating Free2Move fleet benefits from free parking in Paris in dedicated parking spots, and dedicated teams will recharge the cars as the service is available 24/7 across the city. Free2Move is now already available in 12 countries where it has already served more than 1.5 million users.
Free2Move is the mobility application launched by the PSA-group in 2017 in order to unite several mobility services, including the one of its own brands Peugeot-Citroën, and the services of competitors such as Car2Go (Mercedes-Benz), Car Unity (Opel) and Drive Now (BWM).
Image: Free2Move launched in Paris (PSA-group)