Someone left it there, so he's seeking storage fees.
CBS Chicago is reporting that some of the missing cars have been used to commit crimes.
They'll each hold 50% of the joint venture.
BMW aims to have 100 million customers for "premium mobility services" by 2025.
It's the first of several "mini-documentaries."
The fun ends on New Year's Eve, 2016.
By the looks of it, Seattle Car2go Smart Fortwos need a "This way up" sticker on them.
Mercedes-Benz parent brings Moovel ride-sharing division to the US buy acquiring two startups.
BMW has chosen Seattle to be the first city for its new ReachNow program, which is an overhauled version of the earlier DriveNow car sharing program available in San Francisco.
Car2go says it can't provide its electric car sharing fleet with enough energy, so it's switching over to gas vehicles.
Sidecar, self-proclaimed inventor of ridesharing, didn't survive in an Uber world. Now GM is swooping in to pick up the pieces.
The Car2go car sharing service is getting a little more roomy by offering Mercedes-Benz B-Class in pilot program in Toronto, Calgary, and Vancouver, Canada. It's the first time in North America the company is renting a model with a rear seat.
Daimler is offering German driver's license tests in electric vehicles. Once you pass, you can also get access to local Car2go carsharing program.
Car2go adds bike racks to about half of its Smart ForTwo fleet in Portland.
Car2go is replacing all of its EVs in San Diego with new 2014 Smart Fortwo EDs, ahead of the refreshed model's arrival in the US in 2016 or 2017.
Turns out, 1,000,000 people sharing 12,000 cars can have a big impact. Now that Car2go has claimed the seven-digit member figure (disclosure: I'm one of those million), the Daimler-owned carsharing company is, ahem, sharing a few figures in the traditional infographic format. Click the image above to enlarge it.