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October 1, 2012

Zipcar opens at Gonzaga University

Each car is equipped with an electronic locking system that allows students to book car use online 24 hours a day. It costs $7.50 an hour or $69 a day, which pays for mileage, gas and insurance.

December 13, 2010

Car-sharing option helps students get home for holidays

The Hertz Connect program lets college students at Oberlin University reserve cars by the hour or by the day for as little as $8 an hour, including gas and insurance.

August 31, 2009

UTA, Utah campus partner with car sharing program

Encourages students at local universities and colleges to consider using car sharing instead of bringing a car to campus.

July 27, 2009

So. Fla. university launches car-sharing program

Vehicles will be parked in designated spots in two locations on campus, allowing students, employees and others who are at least 18 years old and who have preregistered as WeCar members to access them quickly and easily when they need them.


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