CAR clubs are banding together in a bid to get 1M business and private car sharing users by the next decade.
The British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association (BVRLA) is working with Transport for London, London Councils, the Greater London Authority, Carplus and a range of car club operators creating a new Car Club Coalition.
The Coalition has just published a report, Vision for Car Clubs in London, after six months formulating a strategy to increase mobility options in the capital and get more than 1M members signed up to car clubs.
BVRLA chief executive Gerry Keaney, said: “Promoting new models of urban mobility is essential if we hope to deal with the issues of congestion, road safety and air quality that affect our cities.
“Car clubs, car rental and other forms of pay-as-you-go motoring are evolving at a rapid pace. The BVRLA will support this development by ensuring that operators are treated fairly by policymakers and get all the support they need to serve their growing customer base.”