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Published on April 3rd, 2014 | by Zachary Shahan


JuiceCar Lets You Rent Electric Cars By The Hour

April 3rd, 2014 by  

It isn’t a new idea — carsharing has been around for about a decade — but it’s a great idea in combination with electric cars, and it’s exciting to see a Georgia company take up the torch to advance electric car use and adoption in this way. Electric cars are already a better buy from a strictly user perspective for hundreds of millions of people, but most of them don’t know it yet. Companies like JuiceCar are a great help in exposing people to these cars.

Here’s more about JuiceCar via Planetsave:

Electric Car Sharing: JuiceCar Rents EVs by the Hour or by the Day (via Planetsave)

In a bid to help make electric cars available and desirable for everyone, a unique business in Athens, Georgia is offering electric vehicles for rent by the hour or by the day. JuiceCar, which is located at Hotel Indigo in downtown Athens, can give…

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