Growth on the double for GoCar fleet

Company is planning to open four more locations across Ireland and add an extra 140 cars

19th February, 2017
Colm Brady, business development director of Europcar Ireland and managing director of GoCar PIc: Feargal Ward

A growing demand for car sharing will result in car rental company Europcar Ireland doublings its pay-per-use GoCar fleet by the end of the year.

The French-based multinational, which acquired GoCar for an undisclosed amount late last year, is planning to open four more locations across Ireland and add an extra 140 cars to its car-sharing fleet by this December.

The locations for the rental offices and car-sharing hubs are yet to be decided on, but...

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