Twizy Way by Renault : the all-electric car-sharing service launches in Saint-Quentin
Twizy Way by Renault, the Twizy car-sharing service developed by Renault, in trial phase since June 2012, is now officially open in the urban community of Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines (France). This all-new electric car-sharing service, allows users to just leave or pick up their Twizy anywhere in the covered zone.
A flexible service. The service is open to anyone who has held a class B driving license for over 2 years. and only costs a €15 registration fee. It gives access to some 50 Twizy vehicles, distributed all over the urban community of Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines (including Montigny-le-Bretonneux, Guyancourt, Voisins-le-Bretonneux, and part of Trappes).
One of the concept's main benefits is the fact that users don't have to worry about charging the vehicle or about parking. Users enjoy complete freedom as they can leave the vehicle in any car park within the service zone. They can pick up the vehicle where they find it and leave it where they like, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Attractive price tag. With Twizy Way by Renault, the user pays only for actual use. There is no minimum amount. The price is €0.29/minute or €11.90 for a full hour's use. Twizy Way by Renault is transparent - there are no hidden costs. Everything is included in the price - rental, energy, insurance, vehicle maintenance and parking within the service zone.
Real-time booking through your smarthphone or on the Internet. Users can instantly find out where the nearest available Renault Twizy is parked in real-time using a smartphone application on the web. Using Twizy couldn't be easier - users can pick one up immediately by flashing the QR code on the vehicle, or they can book the Twizy of their choice on the web or using their smartphone, no more than 15 minutes before using it. Anything is possible and everything is easy with Twizy Way by Renault.
Twizy Way by Renault is a simple, eco-friendly shared urban mobility solution. It is set to be launched in other towns in the coming months.