You couldn’t ask for more mobility: In Basel and Geneva, stationless car-sharing will soon be part of Mobility’s standard range. This opens up entirely new opportunities for customers. The offer will be launched in the summer.
The Mobility family gained a new member in January: Catch a Car is now fully part of the Rotkreuz-based cooperative. The former owners AMAG and Allianz have relinquished their shares. The Catch a Car service will therefore be available to book from the Mobility app and website under a new name from July onwards. This benefits all customers: Catch a Car users all of a sudden have a large selection of all manner of different sharing options such as Mobility Return and Mobility One-Way; and Mobility drivers benefit from spontaneous, flexible mobility. And at absolutely no extra cost: the prices stay the same on both sides.
"Nothing will change for customers except that they will become much more flexible."
Roland Lötscher, Managing Director of Mobility
Mobility stands for variety
Managing Director of Mobility, Roland Lötscher, is enthusiastic about the new mobility model: "We are always getting closer to our goal of uniting a broad spectrum of mobility sharing under one roof. The fact that Catch a Car has now entered into the red world is another big step. I am thrilled." Mobility is currently transforming into a full-service mobility provider. There are already a number of ways to get from A to B, including the classic car-sharing scheme (Mobility Return), free-floating scooters (Mobility Scooter), Mobility Carpool and one-way trips from place to place (Mobility One-Way).
Offer continues as normal in Basel and Geneva
In Basel and Geneva, where Catch a Car currently operates, it will still be possible to seamlessly rent a car spontaneously and simply park it in public car parks at your destination. All this with a new look. "Nothing will change for customers except that they will become much more flexible", says Lötscher, summarising the expansion. Well then, have fun!