List of Car Clubs

Car Clubs in London and other Major Cities

  • City Car Club

    An accredited, commercial car club operating in Bath, Birmingham, Brighton & Hove, Bristol, Chester, Edinburgh, Cardiff, Glasgow, Huddersfield, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester, Nottingham, Sheffield, Southampton, London and York.

  • Co-wheels

    An accredited community interest car club operating clubs in Aberdeen, Anstruther (Wheelshare), Bakewell, Bath, Birmingham, Bristol, Carlisle, Chesterfield, Chichester, Dorking, Dunbar (Sparewheels), Dundee, Dumfries, Durham, Eastleigh, Exeter, Gateshead, Gloucester, Guildford, Haddington, High Wycombe, Lake District, Lewes, Mearns, Moffat, Newcastle upon Tyne, Norwich (+Norfolk), Oxford, Reading, Staveley, Swindon, Woking and Prudhoe & Wylam.

  • Hertz 24/7

    An accredited, commercial car club operating in London, Paris, Berlin, Madrid and New York.

  • Zipcar

    An accredited, commercial car club operating in London, Cambridge, Oxford, Bristol, Barcelona and 28 North American states and provinces.

  • E-Car Club

    The UK’s first entirely electric pay-per-use car club, designed to provide community members with the convenience and flexibility of a full-sized private car without the high cost of owning one.

  • Drive-Now

    A commercial, one-way car club launched in London in November 2014 and operating in Germany and North America.

  • easyCar Club

    The UK’s largest peer-to-peer car sharing network operating throughout England, Scotland, Wales & Northern Ireland. easyCar Club allows car owners to make money by renting out their cars, while helping drivers save money through cheaper, more convenient, local car hire.

Community Car Clubs

  • Bishop Sutton Car Club

    A community car club operating in Bishop Sutton, sponsored By Bath Chew Valley Caravan Park to provide a car club for both local residents and those staying at the Caravan Park.

  • Car Bute

    A community car club operating on the Isle of Bute as part of the Developing Car Clubs in Scotland Programme.

  • Co-Cars

    A co-operative-run (IPS) car club operating in Exeter, Topsham and Taunton.

  • E-cocars.com

    E-cocars.com is a co-operative with the collective vision to share access to the latest in-car technology, swipe card access and internet booking system. They can help new car clubs to choose the most appropriate technology as the club grows. Cars currently located in Totnes (Devon) and Plymouth.

  • FEET (Fintry Energy Efficient Transport)

    A community car club based in Fintry, Stirlingshire. Part of the Developing Car Clubs in Scotland Programme.

  • Flexicars

    A Community Interest Company operating six vehicles in Dorchester, Blandford and Weymouth, Dorset.

  • Forest Row Car Club

    A community transport initiative of the Forest Row Parish Council and Transition Forest Row.

  • Green Wheels Car Clubs

    Incorporating Colwall and Malvern Car Clubs operating in Worcestershire.

  • Hooky Car Club

    Has three cars powered by waste-oil diesel operating in the village of Hook Norton. The Club is run by Hook Norton Low Carbon Limited, an Industrial Provident Society, set up by members to help the community reduce its energy consumption and carbon emissions.

  • Hour Car

    A community car club operating in Hebden Bridge and Todmorden.

  • hOURCARS

    A car club operating in Salisbury, supported by Wiltshire Council.

  • Lancaster Community Car Club

    A Community Interest Company based in Lancaster, currently running one vehicle.

  • LEAP Car Club

    A car club based in Lochwinnoch, part of the Developing Car Clubs in Scotland Programme.

  • Llani Car Club

    A community car club operating in Llanidloes.

  • Mach Car Club

    A community car club operating in Machynlleth.

  • Mearns Commonwheels Car Club

    A community car club operated by the Mearns Area Partnership, run as a franchise of Co-Wheels, who are a social enterprise. Part of the Developing Car Clubs in Scotland Programme.

  • Moorcar

    A community car club operating in Ashburton, Bovey Tracey, Dartington, South Brent, and community schemes in Scotland – Bute, Fintry and Mallaig.

  • Moray Carshare

    A community car club operating in Findhorn and Forres.

  • REV Cymru

    REV Cymru is a community car club based in Cilgwyn, Pembrokeshire, that uses plug in electric vehicles.

  • SpareWheels

    A volunteer-run, community-focused car club operating in Dunbar as part of the Developing Car Clubs in Scotland Programme.

  • St James and Bartonsham Community Car Club, Hereford

    A community run car club, currently with 3 cars but able to expand as membership grows.

  • Stroud Valleys Community Car Club

    A community car club operating in Stroud.

  • West Wheels

    A car club for the Mallaig, Morar, Arisaig, Knoydart, Sleat and the Small Isles. Established as part of the Developing Car Clubs in Scotland Programme.

  • WheelShare

    Anstruther and Cellardyke’s carshare club. Part of the Developing Car Clubs in Scotland Programme.

  • Woodgate Car Club

    A community car club operating in Leicester.

  • Wheels4Creetown

    A community car club working in partnership with Moorcar and operating in Creetown, Scotland. There are two vehicles available providing affordable transport to members of the community.

 

Can’t find a car club operating near you? Contact Carplus for information on getting a car club started in your area.

How a car club works

Car clubs provide easy and affordable access to vehicles 24/7. Just book it, drive it, return it.

  • Book Book a car online or by phone, weeks ahead or with just a few minutes’ notice, for anything from an hour to a weekend. Whatever works for you.
  • Unlock Unlock a car in your neighbourhood, parked in a designated parking bay. It’s clean and ready to go. Just swipe your smart card get the keys from the car, and off you go.
  • Drive Drive for as long as you’ve booked it for (anything from an hour to a weekend) for an hourly rate from £5. When you’ve finished just return your car to the same location.
  • Pay It’s easy. Payment is taken from your account. You get a breakdown by email or text message. No forms, no fuss.

Car club questions?

Carplus is not a car club, but we can help with many car club related questions. Many popular questions have been answered on our FAQ page.

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