FAQs
1. How is car-sharing different from car rental?
Car-sharing shares many features of car rental but offers you much more flexibility and convenience.
(See the comparison table below.)

Comparison Chart
Car Club
Car Rental
Urgent Car Need (within 10 min)
Yes
No
Drive as short as one hour
Yes
No
24-hour, 7 day a week operation
Yes
No
Petrol and insurance included?
Yes
No
No pre-drive paperwork or payment
Yes
No
Easily accessible near your home
Yes
No

2. How is car-sharing better than owning a car?
With an efficient public transport system, many of us do not really need to own a car to get around. Car-sharing allows you to enjoy the benefits of a car without the hassles of a high car loan, insurance, road tax and regular maintenance; these items can work out to more than $1,000 per month even for a small car. Yet when the need for a car arises, there’s a car within quick and easy reach with car-sharing stations. (courtesy of Car Club)

3. Who are likely to find car-sharing suitable?
Working adults who don’t need to drive every day but may need a car some times for work purposes or social activities will find that the car-sharing scheme offers them a wider spectrum of transport options to meet their different travel needs.

Home-makers who need to fetch their children to and from school or to go shopping for bulk groceries at nearby supermarkets;

Working parents (who desire quality time with their children) to make trips to recreational destinations, visit grandparents or short drive holidays in Malaysia.