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Co Cars are offering Chamber members a fantastic 25% discount off their first invoice if they join by 31 March 2020.
Co Cars has a network of 30 shared hybrid and electric cars around Exeter, including the newest edition available from outside Nettl on Marsh Barton, plus more at locations across the South West.
It’s free for businesses to register with Co Cars then each employee application costs £10. Car hire rates range from £3.75 to £4.75/hr and £27.50 to £34/day plus 18p per mile. Book from as little as half an hour either on the day or up to a year in advance. Hire includes fuel, insurance and roadside assistance.
Co Cars is ideal for business use as they take the hassle out of owning and managing fleet cars. By using Co Cars, you can also encourage staff to travel to work more sustainably, safe in the knowledge they still have access to a car whenever they need it.
To redeem this offer, simply quote ‘Spring25’ on your business application form and then start signing up your employees!
Terms & conditions: Offer only valid on new business membership applications received by 31 March 2020. 25% discount applied to first invoice issued on or before 10 May 2020. 25% discount valid on hourly or day hire rates, does not include mileage.
Co Cars share offer – find out more at their event on 11 March
As previously featured, Co Cars is currently raising £600k on the Ethex investment platform in order to expand their network of shared electric cars and bikes. Invest from as little as £250 with 5% annual target interest. If you’re interested in investing and want to find out more, Co Cars is holding an event from 5.30-7pm on 11 March at Exeter City Futures. Find out more and register.
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