The UK’s largest car rental company is trying to lure users back to its platform for an updated service.
Car-sharing company Car2Go announced that it has launched a car booking service that will allow users to book a vehicle to park in their garage.
The service will cost around £2.99 per month, and the company says that users will be able to access the service from their home network in the coming weeks.
Users will be required to pay an annual subscription fee, and they can access the platform from any location in the world.
Car2go will also offer a “car sharing service” for customers with existing car rental agreements, although they are not allowed to park their car on the same property as other customers.
The company says the service will be offered to all UK residents by the end of March.
Car sharing is becoming more popular, as people are increasingly moving away from car ownership altogether.
A report by The Economist found that car sharing had become the most popular way for UK households to transport their belongings between their homes and work, with people sharing their vehicles in a number of cities.
In the UK, the number of car sharing services has increased by more than 200% in the past five years, according to data from the ONS.
The report found that the number and growth of car rental companies in the country have also increased dramatically.
Car 2Go has partnered with Car2Pool, a network of over 5,000 carpools across the UK.
In March, Car2pool announced that they will start charging monthly membership fees to Car2Guys, as a way to make up for the growing cost of owning a car.
Carpools, like car rental systems, have become more popular with people looking to save money and get out of the car, but they have also become more expensive to operate.
Car rental companies have been struggling to make a profit in recent years, as they have struggled to compete with the growing number of home owners and renters who are looking to rent out their cars.