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Promoting sustainable mobility

Free floating car sharing can not only replace private cars, but also prevent the purchase of new cars.

The reduction of private vehicles and the use of e-vehicles improves air quality and reduces noise pollution.

The space won by the reduction of cars can be reused for qualitative living space and contribute to an improvement of the quality of life.

Commitment to safe mobility

Charging by the driven kilometre (instead of minutes) makes the use of car sharing predictable and safe. A fair and transparent billing is guaranteed from the outset. The factor time pressure and stress is massively reduced, the users are not tempted to drive fast. Less stress means more safety.

The modern fleet is equipped with the latest safety and assistance systems. Regular maintenance and inspection of the vehicles increases the safety standard. Thanks to the installed telematics, proper and smooth use of the vehicles can be ensured.

Supporting multimodal transport behavior

A well-balanced, connected and reliable mix of different mobility services provides users with maximum comfort, freedom and flexibility. In this context, public transport is always considered the backbone of mobility. Carsharing supports the shift towards other forms of mobility within the environmental network.

Mobility tailored to needs

Transport rides, family trips, city tours: the different vehicle models - and sizes offered by MILES can be used for various kinds of activities and tie in with individual purposes.

Daily and long-term rentals allow renting a vehicle according to individual needs and life situations.

Area-wide car sharing allows users to access a vehicle spontaneously and flexibly. They enjoy the benefits of not having to deal with any additional bureaucratic or operational activities, but instead remain unattached.

Data-driven evaluation in collaboration

We have understood the need for cities to evaluate data together. Using easy-to-understand graphs, statistics and tables, cities can access and understand what's going on.