We offer you adapted rates with no minimum rental period for even more flexibility.
Spacious, comfortable, smooth. Start relaxing as soon as your trip begins by choosing the luxurious Equinox.
Easy to park, fun to drive, and spacious enough to pick up your groceries with a few friends thrown in! The Cruze is your ideal inner city ride.
If you take a longer trip, no need to worry! It automatically defaults to the lowest per hour or even per day rate. No preselection needed!
Whichever is cheaper—no need to choose ahead of time. Are you going on a short trip through town? Headed to lunch with friends outside of the city? Or taking a nice weekend trip? Whatever your pleasure, we’ve got the best deal for you! Our great rates start by the minute, and give you maximum flexibility.
We automatically opt for the cheapest rate. No prepaid rate here!
*500 miles included for each trip - $0.45 per additional mile
Clause 2.2b - On-line Card
The Car Sharing Company must provide an online map that displays in real time the locations of all available Car Sharing Company vehicles in the District and surrounding jurisdictions. This map must include an overlay indicating the number of available carsharing vehicles in each neighbourhood, the total number of available carsharing vehicles in the district and the total number of carsharing vehicles located in the surrounding jurisdictions. This map must be fully accessible via a cellular data connection on a website compatible with at least Internet Explorer (version 11 or higher), Firefox (version 60 or higher), Safari (version 10 or higher) and Chrome (version 65 or higher) browsers and a mobile web browser with the WebKit layout engine or other comparable mobile web layout engines.
Clause 2.1g - Accessibility
The software and website provided by the car sharing company must be accessible in Spanish, French, Amharic, Korean, Vietnamese and Mandarin Chinese in accordance with the DC Language Access Law 2004, 4 DCMR 12. The carsharing company must comply with all applicable requirements set forth in the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, Pub. L. No. 101-336, 104 Stat. 328 (1990). All software, including mobile applications, must be compatible with screen readers and other assistive technologies.