Happy Springtime, Car & Truck Share Enthusiasts!

Spring is right around the corner, and that means more time spent outside gardening, hiking, skiing, home improvement projects, and spring cleaning. Colorado CarShare offers affordable truck share for your every need! Want to freshen up your landscaping, but don’t have a way to transport your yard waste? Our awesome 2020 Toyota Tacoma pick-up trucks can fit all of your yard clippings in a spacious truck bed! Want to take your family or friends skiing in the mountains or camping in the desert, but don’t have access to an all-wheel drive vehicle to do so? We can help!

Rent one of our Toyota RAV-4s, Subaru Outbacks, or Volkswagen Tiguans. In addition to all-wheel drive, we got you covered with bike racks and ski racks, 5 seats with folding back seats, and plenty of room in the trunk to fit camping gear! Not to mention, our Rav4 SUVs are hybrids, so you’ll be driving cleaner and greener into the mountains!

Colorado CarShare trucks and AWD vehicles are conveniently located all around the Denver-Boulder metro area. Our Tacoma pick-up trucks are equipped with four-wheel drive, folding rear seats and have a bike tailgate rack/bag option. And right now, they even are fitted with winter tires, perfect for spring skiing trips to the mountains.

 

Colorado CarShare’s AWD 2018 Toyota RAV-4

Don’t Forget:

Not only are our trucks and all-wheel drive vehicles spacious and durable, they are also super affordable. We cover all gas, insurance, and regular maintenance, so you can buy that extra lift ticket or camping chair!

We are also still offering our incredibly affordable Weekly Rate Plan! Rent a CarShare vehicle for a week and pay a flat rate of $297* or $363* for trucks or AWD vehicles. Gas, insurance, and the first 250 miles are on us! If you are a regular day-plus user, consider joining our Simply Hourly  plan, which includes 100 miles for the first full day.

How do I rent trucks or AWDs?

Go online to check out our rates and sign up to join the car share revolution!

If you’re already a Colorado CarShare member, you can go online now to book your truck or all-wheel drive vehicle for all your springtime transportation needs! To do so, simply add “Vehicle Types” (e.g. “AWD”) or Required Features (e.g. “ski rack”) to your search criteria.

 

*taxes not included

 

Denver’s Office of Climate Action, Sustainability and Resiliency (CASR), Colorado Carshare and Denver Housing Authority (DHA) are thrilled to announce the expansion of an electric vehicle (EV) car share program into six under-resourced communities in Denver.

With support under the federal CARES Act this includes the deployment of six shared EVs and associated “charging stations” in order to improve local mobility options in these communities. Colorado CarShare is offering deeply discounted rates for residents in qualified housing programs (see below for locations). The project seeks to alleviate the economic, public health and safety impacts of the COVID-19 emergency, while meeting the City’s social equity, mobility and climate change goals.

Why is it important?

Many lower-income residents are experiencing challenges related to reaching necessities and services during the worst health and economic crisis in modern history. Safe, reliable, and affordable mobility options are a critical lifeline for groceries, employment, medical care and other basic human necessities. Yet many people deemed vulnerable do not own a personal vehicle.

CASR, in partnership with Colorado CarShare, previously piloted an electric carshare site in Denver’s Mariposa neighborhood in 2019 and based on the success of this location sought opportunities to expand the program.  They worked closely with Denver Housing Authority, the affordable housing provider for Denver, to find potential sites that were located in under resourced communities and which could support additional shared EVs as compliments to other mobility options.

“It has long been a fundamental tenet of Colorado CarShare to serve our community in mixed-income areas, and we are excited to take this step forward in sustainability with CASR and Denver Housing Authority,” said Colorado CarShare’s CEO Peter Krahenbuhl. “We expect this initiative to act as a catalyst for many more shared electric vehicles in similar communities around Denver,” Krahenbuhl continued.

Carshare Locations

The new EV carshare locations include:

  • 2855 Tremont St, Denver Motor Vehicles Building, Five Points/Whittier Neighborhoods
  • 330 24th Ave, Denver Housing Authority, Five Points Neighborhood
  • 10th and Decatur, Denver Housing Authority, Sun Valley, Sun Valley Neighborhood
  • 1024 Navajo, Denver Housing Authority, Lincoln Park Neighborhood
  • 2004 Chestnut Place, City lot, Union Station/Five Points Neighborhoods
  • 1600 N Downing St, Urban Land Conservancy, City Park West Neighborhood

If you or anyone you know lives in a DHA or other qualified affordable housing program, please contact [email protected], as you may qualify for a greatly discounted carshare service!

We are super excited to announce the fact that we enter 2021 with nearly 25% of our carshare fleet electrified! That’s right, we now have a dozen electric vehicles (EVs) or plug-in hybrid electric (PHEVs)! The journey has been an adventure, one that we’re just beginning!

The Adventure Began!

In the summer of 2017 Colorado CarShare (then eGo CarShare) commissioned the development of a roadmap to electrify our fleet. Our intent was to become the nation’s first electric vehicle (EV) car share nonprofit in order to better align our mobility, social equity and environmental values. The goal: to create a replicable, scalable model that could amplify shared electric mobility across Colorado and beyond.

Our roadmap included a 2-tiered analysis regarding how we could (attempt to) accomplish this:

  1. Internal considerations: operations, finances, etc.
  2. External issues: EV technology/costs, charging stations, and related location partnerships (i.e. we don’t own buildings)

Needless to say, we were admittedly a bit optimistic and perhaps slightly naive regarding how difficult it would be. But…we’re stubborn, and by 2018 we decided we’d give it a go, starting with our one existing plug-in hybrid EV (PHEV). By 2019 we had 3 EVs/PHEVs. We added a few more in 2020, and we’re launching 2021 now with a dozen shared EVs on the road!

For us this is huge, as it means we’re approaching 25% of our fleet of 50 vehicles that are now electrified. While serving mixed income communities we’re getting carbon out of the air! Plus our EVs are just super fun to drive…like a spaceship! As a part of this, we are now partnering with the City of Denver to launch electrified car sharing in low-income neighborhoods. Read more about that here. And we will continue to strive toward full electrification just as soon as we possibly can.

If you know of any potential partnerships that would help us to achieve our goals (especially locations with charging stations), please let us know!

 

Background

As we move into another round of COVID-19 resurgence, we want to reiterate that the safety and wellbeing of our staff, members and the general public, is a core value of Colorado CarShare. This guidance is to mitigate the chance of transmission for COVID-19 and other seasonal diseases through surface exposure from the daily operation of our car share fleet vehicles and equipment. By employing regular cleaning and disinfecting practices to our fleet vehicles and equipment we can effectively minimize the transmission of these diseases while utilizing these vehicles and equipment. 

Cleaning and disinfecting these surfaces with approved cleaners and disinfectants removes the vast majority of bacteria and viruses that cause flu, colds and other seasonal illnesses reducing the probability of transmission. 

 Definitions 

  • Cleaning: refers to the removal of germs, dirt, and impurities from surfaces. Cleaning does not kill germs, but by removing them, it lowers their numbers and the risk of spreading infection. Cleaning is typically performed using soap, detergents, cleansers and clean water before using a disinfecting method. 
  • Disinfecting: refers to using chemicals to kill germs on surfaces. This process does not necessarily clean dirty surfaces or remove germs, but by killing germs on a surface after cleaning, it can further lower the risk of spreading infection. Disinfecting is typically performed using approved commercial or household disinfecting solutions. 

Staff Guidance for Fleet Vehicles and Equipment. All employees operating or servicing car share fleet vehicles must: 

  1. Clean commonly touched surfaces before and after operation and before disinfecting with an approved disinfectant; wearing nitrile gloves* is highly recommended. 
  2. Using a UV light “wand” to disinfect high touch surfaces is recommended. This can kill 99.9% of microorganisms by physical sterilization according to the approved laboratory research. 
  3. All commonly touched surfaces used to access and control the vehicle should be cleaned and disinfected; common surfaces include but are not limited to: 

  • Door Handles and grab bars Interior door handle and  surrounding surface 
  • Instrument panel, gear shift and control knobs and devices
  • Mirrors or mirror control buttons
  • Vehicle keys and Seatbelts
  • Steering wheel, Dashboard, Radio and temperature controls
  1. Repeat cleaning and disinfecting practices at end of shift or vehicle exchange.
  2. Wash hands after cleaning for at least 20 seconds or use an alcohol based hand sanitizer. 


(*Note: Wearing gloves will not stop transmission if you touch a potentially contaminated surface and then touch your face or other surface with the gloves on.)

Note: Employees will use cloth face coverings while in vehicles with two or more employees, public, partners, or cooperators until further notice.

Availability of Approved Disinfectants. In addition to commercially available disinfectants, alcohol solutions with at least 70% ethyl or isopropyl alcohol may be used to meet the intent of this guideline. Alcohol is effective against Coronavirus. Isopropyl alcohol or ethyl alcohol (70%) is a powerful broad- spectrum germicide and can be used to disinfect plastic, glass and metal vehicle surfaces. Since alcohol is flammable, limit its use as a surface disinfectant to small surface-areas and use it in well-ventilated spaces only away from ignition sources. Allow the ethyl alcohol (70% or greater) solution to set on the surface for at least 45 seconds before wiping it off with a disposable towel. 

Wear disposable gloves when cleaning and disinfecting surfaces. Gloves should be discarded after each cleaning. If reusable gloves are used, those gloves should be dedicated for cleaning and disinfection of surfaces for COVID-19 and should not be used for other purposes. Clean hands immediately after gloves are removed. 

More information can be found on the CDC website and FDA website.

Refueling. Drivers should wear gloves when refueling if available. If gloves are unavailable, drivers should wipe down the fuel pump handle with sanitizing wipes. If you don’t have wipes, then consider using a paper towel to grab the fuel dispenser handle.  Drivers shall dispose of gloves in a refuse receptacle before re-entering the vehicle. Drivers should sanitize their hands after the completion of the fueling of a vehicle. 

COVID-19 Exposed Vehicles. Vehicles exposed to the COVID-19 virus should be thoroughly disinfected and cleaned. The extent of cleaning must be reviewed on a case-by-case basis by the Fleet Manager, assigned vehicle supervisor, and the individual who is assigned to the vehicle.

Stock Disinfectant / Wipes. Fleet Managers should make sure each vehicle is stocked with a disinfectant (spray or wipes) and an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60 percent alcohol where possible.

 

Carshare Member Vehicle Use

Stay Home if Sick. If you have a fever, respiratory symptoms, or are just not feeling well, please stay home and do not enter a carshare vehicle. If you do, please contact use right away so that we can ensure nobody else enters the vehicle until it is fully disinfected / deep cleaned.

Vehicle Sanitizing / Cleaning. We recommend that our members clean/wipe down the vehicle  in high touch point areas prior to use with wet wipes provided, wearing nitrile or vinyl gloves if you have them. Where possible, do not travel in vehicles with anyone outside of your family household, and limit the number of people in the vehicle so that all riders can remain a minimum of 6 feet apart. It is recommended that the same people share the same vehicle to minimize exposure.  The driver or passenger must clean the vehicle after use! 

To properly clean a vehicle:

  1. Put on a pair of gloves (if available) that are appropriate for the disinfectant you are using, or use disinfectant sanitation wipes provided (or cloth with hand sanitizer). If there are no sanitation wipes in the vehicle please let us know right away.
  2. If surfaces are noticeably dirty, clean soiled surfaces with a detergent or soap and water before you disinfect them.
  3. Use a disinfectant to clean all soft and hard surfaces: 
  • Door Handles and grab bars Interior door handle and  surrounding surface 
  • Instrument panel, gear shift and control knobs and devices
  • Mirrors or mirror control buttons
  • Vehicle keys and Seatbelts
  • Steering wheel, Dashboard, Radio and temperature controls
  1. Remove (from the vehicle) and throw away used gloves, sanitizing wipes, etc. in the trash. 

Vehicle Fueling. Drivers should wear gloves when refueling if available. If gloves are unavailable, drivers should wipe down the fuel pump handle with sanitizing wipes. If you don’t have wipes, then consider using a paper towel to grab the fuel dispenser handle.  Drivers shall dispose of gloves in a refuse receptacle before re-entering the vehicle. Drivers should sanitize their hands after the completion of the fueling of a vehicle.

Happy Birthday to US!

22 years ago (we turned 22 on 8/22/2020 to be exact!), we were founded as Boulder Car Share, a small neighborhood nonprofit sharing a little red car and a big dream: Improving lives in our community by enabling a car-free lifestyle.

A lot has changed in the last 22 years, both in the world of transportation and the world around us. We’ve seen one after another private car sharing agency come  and go in the metro area. We’ve also seen a wider adoption of private electric vehicles, and a massive expansion in the world of microbility.

Meanwhile, we here at eGo have steadfastly continued to support our community mission, expanding to dozens of locations in Denver and Boulder. We’ve continued to provide environmentally conscious, socially equitable transportation options in service of the local communities where we live, work, and play.

With reflection on these past 22 years, and many conversations on our future to come, our board felt that our birthday was the perfect time to reaffirm who we are and what we stand for.

And so,

  • In recognition of our continued love for serving our home state of Colorado
  • In commitment to our goal of being the nation’s first 100% electric carsharing nonprofit
  • In dedication to building a stronger, more resilient organization and a more sustainable future for Coloradans

Allow us to reintroduce ourselves!

We’re Colorado CarShare. Same mission, with a fresh commitment to our principles and to our shared future. Buckle up—we’re just getting started.

Dear eGo Amigos & Amigas!

As we celebrate the 50th Earth Day, it is hard to believe what an incredibly difficult time we’ve all been through. At eGo CarShare we’ve already had to take over a quarter of our fleet offline, at least for now. But…in a world where millions are now unemployed and business windows are permanently shuttered, we know that life is more important, and…we are still here. Because of you.

The Earth has had a chance to breathe, if briefly, and we’ve experienced new levels of gratitude. So we give thanks for everything that we have — for life, for family, for those we have lost, and for those on the front lines who have sacrificed for the rest of us. We are also thankful for you, our Members, our volunteers, our community, and our rock star staff, who took voluntary time and pay cuts to keep eGo alive during this difficult time. We especially want to thank those of you who believed in us enough to have made an extra donation. You have made a difference.
We’re almost there. Governor Polis has already pointed to the light of a brighter future and of hope for some semblance of normalcy. But we can still use your help, so that we can be there for you and for the most vulnerable members of our community during and beyond this crisis. So if you feel so inclined please help us to help eGo survive, thrive and build a more prosperous, resilient and sustainable Colorado.
And again, from all of us here at eGo CarShare, from our Board, from our staff and from our amazing volunteers, thank you, be safe, be healthy and be well.

Save our Fleet — Sponsor an eGo Car & Get Prepaid Credit!

We’ve lost a quarter of our fleet to the current crisis! If you want to ensure that your neighborhood car stays put, consider sponsoring an eGo vehicle while getting free carshare credit as a win-win!

  • $100 earns you a 10% bonus ($110 in credit) + neighborhood car stays put for 1 week
  • $500 earns you a 15% bonus ($575 in credit) + neighborhood car stays put for 1 month
  • $1000 earns you a 25% bonus ($1250 in credit) + neighborhood car stays put for 2 months

Just give us a call at 303-720-1185 and mention “Credit 100/500/1000” depending on how much of a bonus you want.

Free Credit for Medical/Healthcare & Volunteers

If you are a medical or health professional, or a volunteer for a nonprofit like Boulder Food Rescue, Denver’s ALittleHelp.org or part of a formal Covid-19 response effort, we want to show you our gratitude and help the helpers with free eGo CarShare usage. Give us a call at 303-720-1185 to redeem.

Not a Volunteer? Please Donate!

If everyone donates just $10-$25, we can continue to offer you low cost access to vehicles when you need them, now and beyond the crisis. Your impact will be doubled as our Board will match every penny donated up to $5,000!

Now Offering Weekly Flat Rates – $238

Includes gas, insurance, & 250 miles ($0.20/mi after) for Standard 2WDs

(additional $10/day or $70/week surcharge for AWD or truck)
Call Now to Reserve – 303-720-1185

Get Out(side)!

It took a global pandemic for the world to finally acknowledge that nature is in fact a critical, “essential” human service, one that we all need now more than ever! So enjoy Spring, Get Outdoors, but #BeCovidSafe and keep your distance!

We continue to work hard to keep you safe, with increased sanitation efforts. We also ask that you please use the provided wet wipes / sanitation before and after your trips. For more information visit the CDC’s website.

Thank you for supporting your community carshare! ~ eGo CarShare

eGo CarShare’s mission is to empower our community to live a car-free lifestyle and have a positive impact on our health, wealth, and shared environment. We aim to make Colorado a “Cooler”, healthier and more socially equitable place to live.

Dear eGo Amigos & Amigas!

Many of you have stepped up in a HUGE way and provided extra support since COVID-19 began (see below), and we THANK YOU SO MUCH!! But Coronavirus is getting the better of us.

While our staff has already taken voluntary pay and time cuts in order to save our home-grown family (so please be patient with us), we really need your help now more than ever. It’s not too late! Here’s how you can help eGo survive, thrive and build a more prosperous, resilient and sustainable Colorado…

Free Credit for Medical/Healthcare & Volunteers

 
If you are a medical or health professional, or a volunteer for a nonprofit like Boulder Food Rescue, Denver’s ALittleHelp.org or part of a formal Covid-19 response effort, we want to show you our gratitude and help the helpers with free eGo CarShare usage. Give us a call at 303-720-1185 to redeem.

Not a Volunteer? Please Donate!

 
If everyone donates just $25-$50, we can continue to offer you low cost access to vehicles when you need them, now and beyond the crisis. Your impact will be doubled as our Board will match every penny donated up to $5,000!

Sponsor an eGo Car & Get Prepaid Credit!

As COVID continues to take its toll, we are being forced to scale back. If you want to ensure that your neighborhood car stays put, please consider sponsoring an eGo vehicle while getting free carshare credit as a win-win!

  • $100 earns you a 10% bonus ($110 in credit) + neighborhood car stays put for 1 week
  • $500 earns you a 15% bonus ($575 in credit) + neighborhood car stays put for 1 month
  • $1000 earns you a 25% bonus ($1250 in credit) + neighborhood car stays put for 2 months

Just give us a call at 303-720-1185 and mention “Credit 100/500/1000” depending on how much of a bonus you want.

Dedicated Weekly Rates!

For a flat rate of $238, you can keep an eGo Car for up to one week all to yourself!* And as with all eGo vehicles, this includes gas and insurance (less the $1k damage deductible unless you are signed up for our damage fee waiver program). AND we are including the first 250 miles free! Just give us a call at 303-720-1185 to book your favorite “at-home” vehicle!

 
Includes gas, insurance, and first 250 miles ($0.20/mile after) for Standard 2WD vehicles(additional $10/day or $70/week surcharge for AWD or truck)

Get Out(side)!

It took a global pandemic for the world to finally acknowledge that nature is in fact a critical, “essential” human service, one that we all need now more than ever! Even with our current Stay at Home order you are allowed to Get Outdoors, but #BeCovidSafe and keep your distance!
We continue to work hard to keep you safe, with increased sanitation efforts. We also ask that you please use the provided wet wipes / sanitation before and after your trips. For more information visit the CDC’s website.

Thank you for supporting your community carshare! ~ eGo CarShare

eGo CarShare’s mission is to empower our community to live a car-free lifestyle and have a positive impact on our health, wealth, and shared environment. We aim to make Colorado a “Cooler”, healthier and more socially equitable place to live.
Okay folks, it’s official – Gov. Polis announced a statewide stay-at-home order that will last through at least April 11, longer in several counties. Importantly, public transportation & mobility orgs are exempt. That said, RTD, Uber and Lyft are cutting back, while eGo remains in full force…for now. Under the orders, you are allowed to leave your homes to shop for essential needs, such as groceries and medications, and to go to work if your job qualifies as exempt. And yes, you can still go outside for exercise as an “essential activity” (Denver Post) — and here’s how we can help…

 

Keep a Dedicated Weekly Carshare…at Your Home!

Are you committed to the “At-home” order but still need to get out for necessities, appointments or just plain old exercise/nature healing? ‘Want your own dedicated eGo car? Well, we got your back! In response to COVID-19, we are currently offering a deeply discounted weekly “at home” carshare plan.

For a flat rate of $238, you can keep an eGo Car for up to one week all to yourself!* And as with all eGo vehicles, this includes gas and insurance (less the $1k damage deductible unless you are signed up for our damage fee waiver program). AND we are including the first 250 miles free!

*Standard 2WD vehicles; $10/day/$70/week surcharge for AWD vehicles or eGo truck; $0.20/mile after 250 miles

eGo is Here if you Need Us!  …for now.

WE WILL NOT BE HERE WHEN THE STAY AT HOME ORDER IS OVER WITHOUT YOUR HELP!

Now more than ever we need your help if we are to survive and continue to be a vital resource to our community during and beyond the current crisis.

If everyone donates just $10-$25, we can likely weather the Covid-19 storm and continue to offer you low cost access to vehicles when you need them. Your impact will be doubled as our Board will match every penny donated up to $5,000!

 

Prepaid Credit

Prepaid credit is a win-win! By prepaying* you get free carshare credit with an up-front investment while supporting eGo.

  • $100 earns you a 10% bonus ($110 in credit)
  • $500 earns you a 15% bonus ($575 in credit)
  • $1000 earns you a 25% bonus ($1250 in credit)

Just give us a call at 303-720-1185 and mention “Credit 100/500/1000” depending on how much of a bonus you want.

 

COVID-19 eGO Safety Response

We continue to work hard to keep you safe, with increased sanitation efforts and additional attention to the high-touch places. We also ask that you please use the provided wet wipes / sanitation before and after your trips. For more information on prevention tips, visit the CDC’s website.

Thank you for supporting your community carshare!

Sincerely,

~ eGo CarShare

Help us Continue to Serve You!

Dear eGo Amigos/Amigas!

For over 20 years eGo CarShare has kept our (car) doors open, and recently we have heard from you that we are a vital public service and for many, a life-line at this critical time. As mentioned in our last newsletter, we are working hard to keep our fleet clean, healthy and in service for you.

Please consider donating to keep eGo CarShare available to you and those most vulnerable in our community. OR invest in your future trips with prepaid bonus credit.

Hear from Noelle about how eGo helps her get to the food bank!
Now more than ever we need your help if we are to survive and continue to be a vital resource to our community during and beyond the current crisis.

If everyone donates just $10-$25, we can likely weather the Covid-19 storm and continue to offer you low cost access to vehicles when you need them. Your impact will be doubled as our Board will match every penny donated up to $5,000!

Prepaid Credit

Prepaid credit is a win-win! By prepaying* you get free carshare credit with an up-front investment while supporting eGo.

  • $100 earns you a 10% bonus ($110 in credit)
  • $500 earns you a 15% bonus ($575 in credit)
  • $1000 earns you a 25% bonus ($1250 in credit)

Just give us a call at 303-720-1185 and mention “Credit 100/500/1000” depending on how much of a bonus you want.

Keeping You Safe

As mentioned in our last newsletter, we continue to work hard to keep you safe, with increased sanitation efforts and additional attention to the high-touch places. We also ask that you please use the provided wet wipes / sanitation before and after your trips. For more information on prevention tips, visit the CDC’s website.

Thank you for supporting your community carshare!

Sincerely,

~ eGo CarShare

Let’s Keep Each Other Safe!

Dear eGo Amigo(a)s,

As you know, your health and safety are always our top priority. As such, at eGo CarShare we are closely monitoring development of COVID-19 and receiving guidance from local, national and global health authorities. There are several ways we can help to ensure the wellness and safety of all eGo Members and staff:

  • If you feel any of the common symptoms (including fever, sore throat, cough, or difficulty breathing), please follow the guidelines from the CDC’s website, and DO NOT use an eGo vehicle until you are cleared by health authorities;
  • If you have used an eGo vehicle while experiencing symptoms, please contact us immediately at 303-720-1185;
  • Wash or sanitize your hands each time before entering the vehicle and do the same again when you exit. Wipe down all high use touch points before and after use with wipes provided. We are taking extra measures to ensure all our vehicles have sanitation wipes (typically in the glove box) and or disinfectant;
  • Avoid touching your face completely; if you need to sneeze or cough (hey it’s allergy season!) please do so into your arm/elbow or tissue you will discard, and exit the vehicle first if that’s possible.;

In addition, our staff are being supported through regular communication on appropriate hygiene measures at our workplace and in our vehicles. Our Fleet managers in particular continue to work hard to keep our vehicles clean. Their sanitation efforts have increased at each car they visit, with additional attention to the high-touch places. Specific health and safety measure include: 

  • Staff wears masks and gloves
  • Staff temperature checks
  • Contactless payments for all customers
  • Hand sanitizer provided in vehicles
  • Sanitizing vehicles between customers

In addition to our staff support, it’s times like these that amazing members like you pitching in can really make a difference!

As always, we’re here for you. For more information on symptoms and prevention, head to the CDC’s website. With a little effort and attention, we can keep each other safe. Thanks for doing your part!

Sincerely,

~ eGo CarShare Team!