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Car2Go's carsharing service expands to Chicago starting July 25th

New sign-ups start now and include a $15 credit.
Rob LeFebvre, @roblef
June 20, 2018
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Carsharing service Car2Go is coming to Chicago July 25th. Residents of the big city can register for free now, and new members will get a $15 credit for doing so. This brings the total number of cities that Car2Go is active in to 24.

The service offers a "free-float" model, enabling users to make one-way trips without having to return the vehicle to the same place they picked it up, like other carsharing services do. The per-trip rental covers fuel, parking, insurance and maintenance and you won't have to deal with surge pricing. Available vehicles include the regular blue and white smart cars as well as a fleet of Mercedes-Benz sedans. To sign up for free, Chicago residents can use the code CHI2018 until August 23rd.

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