BMW Debuts ReachNow at Portland International

By Jesse Sokolow on 10 July 2017
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IMG_6616 (1)BMW of North America announced that its ReachNow car-sharing service is now available at Portland International Airport.

ReachNow’s goal is to “provide drivers with an experience that is as convenient as owning a car,” the Bavarian automaker said in a statement.

The service is similar to the one offered by BMW in partnership with Sixt, DriveNow. DriveNow, which started operations in Munich in 2011, is now available in eight European cities.

The ReachNow app allows users to locate and book the closest available car 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.

The service now offers 20 dedicated parking spaces at AirPark, an offsite parking lot of Portland International Airport.

ReachNow trips that start or end at the airport include an extra $5 fee, although ReachNow said that it will waive the fee for the first month at Portland International. Daily rates start at $80 in Portland.

ReachNow’s Portland fleet includes over 250 vehicles including the BMW 3 Series, Mini Clubman, and Mini hardtop

Portland is the second airport that ReachNow offers service at, after Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.

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