Tesla is finally taking the wraps off the Model 3, its first mass-market electric vehicle priced at an affordable $35,000. The car is expected to push EVs into the mainstream and reduce carbon emissions around the world. The only downside? Many cities don’t have enough charging stations to support widespread adoption of such vehicles.
Thankfully, there are plenty of car-sharing services that rent EVs at small hourly, daily, or monthly rates. If you can’t afford to buy an EV, or if you just want to take one for a test drive, these services are a great option. They’re also more environmentally friendly than buying a car, since they help reduce the number of vehicles on our roads. Here are a few of the most successful EV-sharing programs in existence.