Size of car-sharing fleet has grown significantly in recent years, says Vulog

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Average fleet size for car-sharing schemes has risen to 546 cars by 2019 from 325 cars in 2015

The size of individual car-sharing fleet has increased significantly in the recent years amid growing popularity of shared mobility services, according to Vulog which specialises in mobility platform. According to the French startup, the average size fleet size for car-sharing scheme was 325 cars in 2015. This has grown to 438 cars in 2018 and further projected to reach 546 cars this year.

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