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Bye Bye ZebraMobil, you'll be missed!


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What sad news, the Munich based Carsharing-Company ZebraMobil stops operating on July 10!

They just wrote this to all their members and published a statement on their website, you can read it here: Liebe Kundinnen und Kunden (Currently just available in german)

Besides ZebraMobil, offering Audi models, DriveNow offers MINI and BMW (soon BMW i3) up from this weeks Friday Car2Go will built up their tents in Munich with smart's.

Nevertheless, on July 5 I'll do my last drive with a Zebra in Munich, can't wait for it!

Read this in german: ZebraMobil stellt Carsharing Betrieb in München ein!



  1. It's such a shame... The big players - car2go, DriveNow, etc - as spin-offs of OEMs still have the advantage of the low or at least lower total cost of ownership.


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