Shared mobility services are a good way of reducing and renewing the fleet of existing vehicles, reducing pollution, encouraging more sustainable mobility, managing parking and promoting vehicles with clean energy, such as electricity.
People who use shared mobility services are not usually habitual car or motorbike drivers. They generally have inter-modal transport habits and use alternative modes of transport to the car, such as bicycles, public transport or making journeys on foot.
They use this type of shared vehicle service for regular journeys in a conscious way: one ‘car-sharing’ or any other kind of shared vehicle can substitute up to five vehicles on the roads. Therefore, it represents an important economic and environmental saving.