HOURCAR Requests Proposals for Increased Access Hub Site Hosts

HOURCAR is a nonprofit carsharing company based in the Twin Cities. Since 2012, HOURCAR has provided affordable, accessible, and sustainable transportation choices for Twin Cities residents. HOURCAR operates a fleet of 60 vehicles (cars, trucks, and SUVs) strategically positioned at 55 locations (hubs) throughout the Twin Cities. These vehicles are available for rent by the […]
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We’re “Soul” Excited to Introduce Two New Cars!

You may recall that at the end of last year we conducted a survey to better understand what types of vehicles you, our members, wanted in the Hourcar Fleet. If you participated in this survey, we thank you for your feedback!  The results have been integral in our research for new vehicles to add to our fleet. Here are the […]
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Introducing HOURCAR Punchcard

HOURCAR is excited to announce the launch of the HOURCAR Punchcard Rewards program. Use an HOURCAR and get driving credit and other rewards. It’s simple. Sign up here!     You sign up. You use HOURCAR. You get driving credit!   For every 10 trips in an HOURCAR we will give you $10 in driving credit. […]
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New Corporate Advantage Plan!

HOURCAR is very excited to announce our new Corporate Advantage Plan! Take public transit or bike to work, but want or need the flexibility? HOURCAR might be the best option for you and your employer. Learn more about our low-cost Business and Non-Profit plans by clicking here!    
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HOURCAR announces partnership with Xcel

HOURCAR parters with Xcel Energy to plan for 100% electric fleet Through a partnership with Xcel Energy, HOURCAR will begin planning to convert their entire fleet from fuel-based vehicles to a 100% electric fleet and a one-way trip model by 2020. SAINT PAUL, MN, October 24, 2017 – Today, HOURCAR announced that it would partner […]
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Car Sharing and Tikku Houses

At Hourcar we are always thinking and talking about reducing individual car-ownership. We discuss how it will improve our cities and make them friendlier, healthier, and more accessible for their inhabitants.  But, what comes after car ownership? In the ultimate shared-mobility utopia, where each car sharing vehicle has successfully removed 14 self-owned vehicles from the road, what will […]
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