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Vehicles 1’500 sites throughout Switzerland.

As a Mobility customer, you benefit from our closely woven network of services: our vehicles are based at 1’500 Mobility stations in 500 municipalities and available around the clock.

Find Mobility stations using the map

Consult the map to find the Mobility station that’s best for you. Click on the Mobility symbol to see details of that site’s exact location and vehicles.
(Smartphone users: to open the map of Mobility stations, click on the icon on the far right next to the menu.)

New Mobility stations

Want to know where we’re introducing new Mobility stations? If you follow us on Facebook or Google+ you get monthly updates on the latest locations.

Customer satisfaction barometer

Proximity to the nearest station

Browsing Mobility stations with tabular results

This search feature shows Mobility stations in the form of a table (exportable as CSV).

Frequently asked questions

Can I return my vehicle to a different Mobility station?

For instance, can a Mobility vehicle be collected in Lucerne and returned in Geneva? No. One-way reservations are not possible. Mobility vehicles must be returned to their original Mobility stations. One-way hires are possible with Mobility-One-Way or through our car rental partners, Europcar and Hertz.

Can customers take Mobility vehicles abroad?

Driving abroad is permitted in countries covered by the insurance. Insurance cover pursuant to Clause 10 of the GTCs applies in Europe and the countries bordering the Mediterranean, excluding the Russian Federation, Belarus, Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan. Mobility reserves the right to amend this list of countries at any time. The customer should personally obtain special insurance cover, such as European accident and breakdown cover.

List of countries not covered by Mobility`s insurance (PDF)

Does car sharing exist in Germany?

I will be travelling to Germany. Are there any car sharing companies? You can use your Mobility Card for car sharing in Germany without incurring any extra subscription charges. Reservations are subject to the partner’s hourly and kilometre rates and its conditions of use. Reservations abroad are billed periodically by Mobility in CHF. The Liability Reduction cover offered also provides Mobility customers in Germany with peace of mind.

In Germany, Mobility customers holding the red Mobility Card are able to make direct use of Flinkster’s (part of DB Bahn) car-sharing services. The only exception relates to cards not bearing the Mobility logo: here, a separate card will be required. Reservations are made online using the Mobility customer portal. Clicking the Reservation Abroad heading takes you straight to the Flinkster vehicle reservation system. You then have a choice of 2’500 vehicles at 600 locations. Details of their locations, vehicles and rates may be found under: