The carsharing service offers free parking in the city’s public parking lots and provides child seats with each vehicle.  -  Photo via HPGruesen/Good Free.

The carsharing service offers free parking in the city’s public parking lots and provides child seats with each vehicle.

Photo via HPGruesen/Good Free.

Citylink, a carsharing and bike-sharing company, has launched in Bucharest, Romania, with a fleet of 150 hybrid vehicles, including Toyota Yaris and Toyota Corolla hybrids, according to a report by the Romania Insider.

The carsharing service offers free parking in the city’s public parking lots and provides child seats with each vehicle, says the report.

Co-founded by entrepreneur Igor Grosu who developed ridesharing app iTaxi, Citylink plans to expand to all major cities in Romania in the next five years. 

Originally posted on Auto Rental News

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