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DriveNow car sharing is to be launched in London in spring 2015.

The scheme run jointly by BMW Group and Sixt SE offers spontaneous car hire with every journey charged to the exact minute. London driving will cost 39p per minute and a maximum ‘cap’ of £20 charge will be in place for any one journey.


Initially 210 vehicles will be available, comprising of 210 BMW 1 series and MINI countryman vehicles. DriveNow intends to add 30 all-electric BMW i3 cars to the fleet. Pure Green cars reports that the fleet size will grow to 300 vehicles during 2015.

The area covered is 25 square miles in size, encompassing Islington, Haringey and Hackney boroughs, with a intention of expansion.

The registration fee will be £29 and hourly-based packages will be available, each with an incentive of some free miles included. DriveNow’s London serviced will also include fuel, road tax, insurance and parking.

DriveNow already has 360,000 customers across five cities where similar schemes are operated.

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