Among the big Italian cities it is the turn of Naples to experiment with car sharing. With still very small volumes compared to realities like Milan – where 4 different companies compete for tens of thousands of users – but still with the characteristic of having exclusively electric cars in service. The first Neapolitan car sharing was launched by Renault, which called the Ci.Ro. service, acronym for City Roaming.
Renault will provide the city with a fleet of 12 vehicles, 100% electric and available to both citizens and tourists. Eight cars are Zoe, three van Kangoo Z.E. and a Fluence Z.E. The service was developed in collaboration with the non-profit non-profit Association Napoli Città Intelligente. An interesting novelty compared to other consolidated realities is that there is no need to subscribe and pay a one-off access to the service: in Naples you just need to register online or on the totems present in one of 4 access points to Ci.Ro, where a badge will be produced in real time which will be used to book the car and access it.
The reservation can be made on the website www.cityroaming.org or through the specific App for smartphones.
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