In the test phase, users were able to rent the e-Golf, and from the beginning of 2020 the e-up! will be added to the fleet. From the middle of next year, the new ID.3 will be added.
Vanessa Petre Linbenciuc received the tip to register with WeShare from a friend. He knew that she had been enthusiastically using car sharing since she moved to Berlin five years ago. “My registration went super fast because you could do it all online. I have a Romanian driver’s license, which can be quite complicated. I downloaded the app, then uploaded photos from the driver’s license and a short time later I received a short call – I was activated less than three minutes later.”
The first trip was then typically Berlin, as Linbenciuc tells us. “Another issue with the public transport network once again, the tram wasn’t driving... in addition still, rain and time pressure. I had to go to the preparatory meeting of my state examination. In such a case it is of course great to be able to switch to car sharing.”
How often did the law student use the vehicles in the test phase with WeShare? “Wait a minute, we'll have to take a look.” Vanessa Petre Linbenciuc opens the app and hands her phone over – she has to watch the traffic. Under the menu item “Trips” all tours are listed individually: She accumulated a total of 16 trips in the two months, most of them 20-30 minutes long.