List of car clubs

Car clubs in London and other major cities

  • Blue City Car Club

    An accredited electric car club currently operating in the London borough of Hammersmith and Fulham. Vehicles can be picked up and then dropped off at a specific pre-booked charge point.

  • Enterprise 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 car club operating as a Community Interest Company, with cars in 60+ towns and cities across Scotland and England. Co-wheels also operates publicly accessible e-bike hire, hydrogen powered cars and wheelchair accessible vehicles under the same car club booking system.

  • 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, Edinburgh, Glasgow, 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.

  • DriveNow

    A flexible, one way car club operating in the London boroughs of Islington, Hackney, Haringey and the southern part of Waltham Forest. Members pay a one-off lifetime membership fee to access the fleet of cars including a number of electric vehicles.

    There are no designated parking bays and members choose to drive by the minute, hour or day with options for personal and/or business use. DriveNow also operates in 11 major European cities and has cars available at London City Airport.

  • 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.

  • RideLink

    A peer-to-peer car club. RideLink is an online community where car owners can safely rent their cars directly to drivers, making money in the process. Owners and customers can seamlessly use the website or the mobile apps – for Android and iPhone – to find a book a car, or make a car available for rental.

  • Ubeeqo (Matcha)

    Matcha provides on street vehicles where members live or work and near favourite locations. Matcha aims to have a dense network to ensure there will be a car available no further than 200 yards away from members.

    Matcha is exclusively available on the Ubeeqo app, which gives members access to Ubeeqo services and mobility solutions, such as short term holiday car rental or its minicab service that simplifies transit to the heart of London or Paris.

  • HiyaCar

    A peer-to-peer car sharing community operating nationwide – allowing members to own their driving experience – without owning the car.

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.

  • Bristol Car Club

    A small accredited operator offering wheelchair accessible vehicles in Bristol.

  • Car Bute

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

  • Carvenient Club

    An accredited independent car club operator with vehicles in Reading

  • Clydau Car Club

    A community car club in association with Green Dragon Bus, operating two vehicles – one wheelchair accessible – in Pembrokeshire.

  • Co-Cars

    An accredited co-operative-run (IPS) car club operating in Exeter, Topsham, Taunton, Dorchester, Blandford Forum, Weymouth and Barnstaple.

  • Co-wheels East Lothian

    A community car club operating in Dunbar, Haddington and North Berwick. A franchise of Co-wheels and part of the Developing Car Clubs in Scotland Programme.

  • Derwent Valley Car Club

    A small community car club operating an electric vehicle in Blackhill Mill.

  • 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.

  • Forest Row Car Club

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

  • Frome Car Club

    A community car club, part of the Co-wheels network, with 3 vehicles in Frome, Somerset. Part of the Developing Car Clubs in England Programme.

  • Harbury Car Club

    A community car club operating 2 electric vehicles in Harbury, Warwickshire. A franchise of E-Car Club and part of the Developing Car Clubs in England Programme.

  • 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.

  • Kington Car Share Club

    A community run car share initiative beased in Kington, Herefordshire.

  • 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.

  • Malvern Hills Car Clubs

    A community car club offering 12 vehicles around the Malvern and Colwall area.

  • 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.

  • Norfolk Car Club

    An established car club operating in Norwich and surrounding areas using the Co-wheels’ system, and part of the Developing Car Clubs in England Programme.

  • REV Cymru

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

  • Rusty Vehicle Sharing Group

    “Rusty” is Leicester’s longest running car pool, established as a volunteer run co-operative since 1976. Members of Rusty benefit from access to a range of practical vehicles.

  • Shropshire Car Club

    A Co-wheels franchise and part of the Developing Car Clubs in England 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.

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