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Car-share the love this Valentines

Frome Co-Wheels car-share club is currently used by 93 members in Frome, reducing their need for owning a car (or second car). Co-Wheels is a different kind of car-share, in that they provide low emission, hybrid and electric cars on a pay-as-you-go basis. There are three cars available to use in Frome; two hybrids and one full electric.

If you’re feeling the love for Frome and want to do something positive this year, please join and become a member of the car share club and help Frome’s Co-Wheels club reach the 100 members point by February 14th. The first 10 who sign up before 14th February using the promotional code FromePrize will be entered into a prize draw to win £25 credit for Co-Wheels journeys – hourly rate. Email nadec@frometowncouncil.gov.uk for details.

Rates are excellent value and currently start at £4.50 per hour or £31.50 per day + 15p per mile for fuel (no fuel charge for electric cars).

Hiring a car with Co-wheels

Using the service is simple. After a quick sign up process, members can:

  • Find a convenient car on our website
  • Book online or via mobile device
  • Use the smartcard to unlock the door
  • Find the keys in the car
  • Use the fuel card to refill the car when needed.

Co-wheels make using a car club affordable and accessible to everyone:

  • pricing structure is simple & great value
  • Best-in-class insurance coverage, particularly for young drivers.

Co-wheels is a national car club operator run as a social enterprise. Geographically, Co-wheels is the UK’s largest car club and provides low emission, hybrid and electric cars across 50 towns and cities.

Co-wheels is a pay-as-you-go car club which provides members with convenient access to cars via our on-line booking system. Each member receives a smart card which allows remote entry without the need to pick-up keys and access to a customer service team with 24/7 phone support to members.

7 February 2017
Last Updated
19 January 2021
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