Groupe Renault and ADA, a subsidiary of the Rousselet Group, are launching the Moov’in.Paris application, which will provide access to their free-floating car-sharing service for electric vehicles.
The Moov’in.Paris application is now available for download from the Apple Store, and Google Play. The new user can create his account ‘very simply and associate the requested documents (pictures of his identification document, driving licence)’. He will be able to book a vehicle as soon as they are put into service in October.
One hundred Renault ZOE and 20 Renault Twizy will be put into service throughout the French capital, as well as in Clichy (Hauts-de-Seine). Renault says the number of vehicles put into service will quickly increase to follow the customer demand, while guaranteeing optimal service quality.
The reservation process is described by Renault as simple: the customer locates an available vehicle nearby, reserves it via the application and then has 15 minutes to access and connect to the vehicle via Bluetooth. The user checks the reference inventory to verify the condition of the vehicle on the application, modifies it if necessary and provides pictures to indicate new damage, and validates it. They are then free to make their journey.
At the end of the journey the customer parks the vehicle on the road in an authorised location in Paris or Clichy. They validate the electronic inventory of return to complete the rental. The invoicing is then triggered, at a price of 0.39 euro per minute of rental, with a minimum of 10 minutes. The customer does not have to worry about paying for parking nor charging the vehicle.
Renault supplies the vehicles and carries out maintenance and repair. ADA offers its expertise through its digital application dedicated to very short-term rental. It will also carry out the removal, recharging, cleaning and repositioning of electric vehicles.
Moov’in.Paris is part of the strategy of the Groupe Renault and ADA to develop new mobility services accessible to all in a single application, both for very short periods (less than 4 hours) and for short periods (more than 4 hours).