GreenGo’s vehicles can be accessed with a mobile app and are available in a 35-square-kilometer area of Prague’s city center. - Photo via Moyan Brenn/Wikimedia.

GreenGo’s vehicles can be accessed with a mobile app and are available in a 35-square-kilometer area of Prague’s city center.

Photo via Moyan Brenn/Wikimedia.

Hungarian-based GreenGo has expanded its electric carsharing service to Prague, according to a report by Hungary Today.

The new Prague location will start operating with 100 all-electric Volkswagen e-Up! vehicles. Simon Capek, GreenGo’s managing director, told the news source that the company plans to double the number of vehicles in the next three months.

GreenGo’s vehicles can be accessed with a mobile app and are available in a 35-square-kilometer area of Prague’s city center, according to the report.

Launched in 2016, GreenGo currently runs its electric carsharing service in Budapest with 300 vehicles.

Originally posted on Auto Rental News

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