Published: Dec 8, 2011 6:02 PM
Paris is rising an electric car-sharing module to cut atmosphere and sound wickedness on a city’s Gothic cobblestone streets and beyond.
Autolib’, a plan built on a success of a city’s bike-rental scheme, debuted this week, and officials wish a self-service e-cars to be as most a partial of Paris life as a Eiffel Tower or Notre Dame Cathedral. Prospective users will need a current ID, driver’s permit and credit label before signing adult online or by a videoconference with a patron use deputy during one of 40 special glassed-in shelters in Paris and dozens of suburban French towns also holding part.
Standard subscriptions cost about $13.50 a day or $20 a week. Beyond that, theHourly fees run from about $5.50 to $12 — and users’ cards can be charged in box of repairs to a vehicles.
A current permit from a visitor’s home nation can be used to attend in a program. Details during autolib.eu.