Free2move strengthens its global leadership in the mobility sector by acquiring Share Now

About Free2move

Free2move is the only global mobility brand offering a complete and unique ecosystem for its private and professional customers around the world. Relying on data and technology, Free2move places the customer experience at the heart of the business to reinvent mobility. Free2move offers a range of services to meet the multiple travel needs of its customers from one minute to several days or months with car-sharing service, short, medium or long-term rental as well as the reservation of VTC drivers, parking spaces. parking and charging stations via app.
Free2move Mobility in figures worldwide: 2 million customers, 450,000 rental vehicles, 500,000 parking spaces, 250,000 charging stations in Europe.
About SHARE NOW

As a market leader and pioneer in free-floating car-sharing, SHARE NOW is present in 16 major European cities with approximately 10,000 vehicles, including 3,000 electric vehicles. Around 3.4 million customers are already using the service. SHARE NOW offers a sustainable solution for urban mobility and, as part of the mobility offer, contributes significantly to relieving traffic congestion in cities. Each car-sharing car replaces up to 20 private vehicles in city traffic. SHARE NOW continues to expand its leadership in the European self-service car-sharing market. The mobility provider was founded in 2019 as a joint venture between BMW Group and Mercedes-Benz Mobility AG. It is headquartered in Berlin.

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