Convertible car sharing in Rome

Share Now launches two-seater smart fortwo coupès in Rome.

Car sharing company Share Now has launched 65 smart fortwo convertible cars in Rome, raising the number of its Italian fleet to 3,000.

Share Now - an emalgamation of car-sharing services Car2Go and Drivenow following a merger by German carmakers Daimler and BMW - has also launched 65 smart fortwo coupès in Milan, 50 in Turin and 20 in Florence.

The rate varies from 24 to 34 cents per minute, depending on the place and time of the rental.

In addition to the base price, there is the possibility of extending the rental by purchasing - via app - packages of two, four, six, 24 and 48 consecutive hours.

The new cars will be visible on both the car2go and Drive Now app.

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