With the free Zipcar app, you can find cars and vans in your neighborhood and across the globe–and (if you're a member) reserve and unlock them, too. Gas, mileage, dedicated parking, and secondary insurance are included in every reservation.
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9 GREAT THINGS MEMBERS CAN DO WITH THE APP:
1) Reserve a Zipcar by the hour or day
2) Choose from a variety of vehicles—sedans, hybrids, vans, and more
3) Sort cars by available time, make, and model
4) View your upcoming reservations
5) Get directions to your Zipcar
6) Easily locate your reserved Zipcar by honking its horn
7) Unlock and lock your Zipcar
8) Tap to speak to the friendly local Zipcar team
9) Change, extend, or cancel reservations on the go
Zipcar is the world’s leading car-sharing network, driven by a mission to enable simple and responsible urban living. With its wide variety of self-service vehicles available by the hour or day, Zipcar brings freedom, flexibility, and convenience to urban areas and university campuses in over 500 cities and towns across Canada, France, Spain, Taiwan, Turkey, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Zipcar is a subsidiary of Avis Budget Group, Inc. (Nasdaq: CAR), a leading global provider of vehicle rental services. More information is available at zipcar.com.
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Stranded with Courtesy
Interesting experience today - the car I was using wouldn’t start in an under ground garage at local mall because there wasn’t a satellite connection.
Received suggestions like get someone to help you push it closer to entrance/exit to make connectivity (I’m a small woman - in NY, in Brooklyn, really,?) also, if you pay for help get a receipt...huh? Gee sir thank u for going out of your way, can I give you a few dollars and oh btw I’ll need a receipt even though it’s not my car and I’ve been waiting for over an hour for a call on a tow truck - smh/really deep sigh.
The best offer - we’ll credit you and extend your time. Hmmm, credit (not refund) for a car I’m not able to use, extend my time while i stay with unusable vehicle waiting for a tow truck that never came?
This was suppose to be a quick dash to the supermarket and Home Depot..2 hours maybe 2.5, not shopping, picking up specific items - in and out, waiting on line would be most of time.
And yet everyone at Zip was friendly courteous and unconcerned about me being stranded/inconvenienced if ya know what I mean. Anyway, I finally got vehicle started - and out of the garage with a $5.00 parking charge (usually cost $2-3) not that big a deal/difference just annoying. Guess it’s time to consider getting a vehicle kinda miss having my own.
Trouble with Zipcar lately
I have been a Zipcar user for a while now. Essentially, I love the idea of Zipcar and it works for someone like me, young, always traveling, attending different schools, currently working on my doctorate degree, and I’m always in a big city where having a car is too expensive. I’ve just moved to Miami from Chicago. In Chicago Zipcars are everywhere, you will always get one. They whole system seems to run smoothly. Here in Miami, I have had multiple issues. There aren’t enough cars in the area. The cars are really dirty, I have to wipe them down each time and carpets are filled with crumbs and debris. Gas cards are always missing from the cars. Some of the Zipcars aren’t parked in the correct spot so you have to search for them. They experience here just isn’t as fun. I used to get excited about picking out which car I wanted for the day and going shopping, now it’s not so much a joy and I’m actually considering getting and inexpensive car, because I need the reliability of a car more than anything. I hope that as time goes on it gets better but as of right now, Zipcar isn’t my favorite mode of transportation.
It got worse and worse
I have been using it for the last 3-4 years. It started really good with nice cars, affordable prices and got worse after that. Cars quality got worse in general for the last 5-6 rentals it almost always smelled like someone is smoking next to you and not just cigarette!
One of the worse things keeps consistently happening last years is missing cars! I booked my car and went to the location!(it’s winter time in NYC) and there is no car, called the number and they said oh this car is in the airport right now and we will cancel the reservation. Naturally I asked for an other car and also stated I am willing to travel far bc I have a young child and we planned for this trip! and she literally said there is no car available in the ny city area for me. I checked the app it still showed 4 different available car for me but the operator on the phone checked each of them from her system and none of them were “really available “.
At the end of the conversation they canceled my ride(at least that’s what I thought)and I ended up using uber back and forth to New Jersey from Brooklyn! When I came back home I received an email “summarizing my trip attached with the vill” for the car I never drove and saw!!!!
By the way don’t even try to talk the supervisors they are not available.
This was not the first time this happened but it is the last time never ever gonna use them again!!!
- Zipcar, Inc.
- 53.9 MB
Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Traditional Chinese, Turkish
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
- Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
- © Zipcar, Inc. 2009-2018
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.