ReachNow Car-Sharing Service Now Available at SeaTac

By Jesse Sokolow on 10 August 2016
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DSC_0223 (1)BMW announced that the ReachNow car-sharing service will debut offer a new “Park and Fly” service at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport starting on August 10.

The service will allow registered members to drive or from to the airport using a ReachNow vehicle.

Members can pick up a car anywhere within the company’s home area, and drive to and park at the Wally Park Premier Garage, while members flying into Seattle can reserve a car through the ReachNow app upon landing. A complementary shuttle takes passengers to and from the garage every five minutes.

ReachNow charges a rate of 49 cents for each minute the vehicle is used, and 30 cents per minute while parked. Pricing is capped at three different tiers, namely $50 for up to three hours, $80 for up to 12 hours, and $110 for up to 24 hours. Rides to and from the airport will cost the standard rate per minute, plus an additional five dollar surcharge added in each direction.

In addition to its airport service, the ReachNow app allows users to locate and book the closest available car in the app or find a ReachNow car on the street, which they can then return to any legal parking space on the street.

Users can also request a specific vehicle to be delivered to their location immediately or at a future time.

ReachNow currently operates a fleet of 520 vehicles in Seattle, including the Mini Clubman, Hardtop Mini Cooper, electric BMW i3, and all-wheel-drive BMW 3 series.

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