Nissan Motor Co. plus the City of Yokohama are adding a round-trip car discussing service featuring this Nissan New Mobility Concept, an ultra-compact electrical vehicle.
The service, Choimobi Yokohama, makes it possible for users who signup online to pick up and also return cars in 14 locations approximately Yokohama Station. Cars are usually reserved 30 minutes earlier and can be driven within the city.
The service expenditures 250 yen ($2.21 years old) per 15 minutes in addition to a 200 yen ($1.Seventy seven) basic charge, having a maximum daily charge of 3,000 pound ($26.5). Users demand a Japanese drivers license, any smartphone and a Japan-issued plastic card.
Nissan and the City of Yokohama in the past conducted a two-year trial run of Japans first one-way vehicle sharing service working with ultra-compact electric vehicles, beginning in October 2013. The target was to encourage low-emission transportation options, improve the superior of transportation and also promote tourism. During October 2015, the partnership started out renting cars to help local tour workers and businesses.
The new round-trip service is meant to more promote ultra-compact mobility and make a sustainable business structure through public-private cooperation. The actual service will also include guided tours about central Yokohama and long-term automotive rentals for enterprises.
Registration is available on the Choimobi internet site: https://nissan-rentacar.com/choimobi-yokohama/.