First citywide car sharing launched in Hoboken

Hertz Connect, launched in partnership with Hoboken, will start with 42 cars staged in 21 dropoff locations. Residents can rent cars as needed for as little as $5 an hour, gas included.

Instead of spending millions of dollars building structured parking, the first phase of the car-sharing program is expected to remove 750 cars from our streets, having the same effect on Hoboken’s parking situation, but at no cost to taxpayers. Fewer cars on the streets means less wear and tear on roads, and that means fewer potholes to fix and less frequent repaving needed.

  • James O’Boston

    Unfair. This is just an ad for the Hertz competitor to Zipcar, who invented and perfected the model.

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