Monday April 6, 2020

Leanna Byrne on Business

GoCar takes another Leap forward, but as a country we still have a long way to go on public transport

8th April, 2018
Elon Musk engaged in some jolly japes on April Fool’s Day Pic: Getty

Let’s start off with a bit of good news: GoCar, the on-demand car sharing company, is now letting its customers access its cars with the Leap Card. If you have ever used this service, you will know that this is one of the best developments to happen for the company since its major suburban expansion.

The company now has more than 350 vehicles across 250 locations and more than 20,000 members.

GoCar launched Ireland’s first car...

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