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A single app gives you access to the perfect vehicle for any situation

Shared cars, scooters, bikes and rides in your cities: have it all set with one mobile tool
  • Κυριακή 24 Φεβρουάριος 2019 13:00:00 EET
  • Author Aseniya Dimitrova
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As cities grow bigger and the transport solutions become more variable, it is getting harder to choose how to move from A to B: shall one prefer the convenience of a taxi over the faster and less expensive metro and tramway network; how long does it take to get where we want by scooter or a bike and is it manageable; can one rely on car sharing and will there be available vehicle when needed? These are all questions that bother us daily, especially when travelling abroad, to new and less-known places. We are invariably switching between different apps for public transport, car-sharing, renting a bike or a scooter. With all the downloads and comparison of prices and travel times, it can all become mind-boggling.

Luckily, an enterprise has come up with a solution that makes it much easier to book the best vehicle, according to one’s needs, without the hassle of switching between several mobile apps and websites. Free2Move app gives access to transport providers, located on a single map, allowing to filter, compare and chose according to proximity, vehicle type and of course – price.

What is even better is that it is free and demands only one registration. Free2Move can be downloaded from Google Play or the Apple App store and works so far in twelve countries: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, UK, USA.

Finally, the company also offers various solutions for cities, such as mobility API, built custom apps, timetable synch and payment system. The shared Mobility Insights and data used to help cities manage shared bikes and scooters to understand demand, trip patterns and utilization, shared Mobility Bundle can be used successfully by local authorities, willing to plan better their urban solutions.

Source: Free2Move

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