I really hope they don't take away the pods near my house.
Do residents get their street parking back now?
If they are #3 where is Zipcar and who is the other one?
they pay for those spots so No...maybe join and get another car off the street there are way too many cars in this city as is
from the email. who cares about it being a non-profit except ass sniffers. if it results in improved service and competition it's good. it would be nice if a local company made good but pcs completely screwed themselves early on with reckless expansion and poor buying techniques (as I found, I don't really like the prius as a car)Please keep in mind that all existing memberships and reservations will be transferred with no interruption of service. And both fuel and 24-hour roadside assistance will be part of your PhillyCarShare membership. In addition, the following enhancements and changes will be coming soon:
More rate options
More vehicles in more neighborhoods
Streamlined driver approval process
"It has shown me that everything is illuminated in the light of the past"
Jonathan Safran Foer
They asked for suggestions of new spots be sent to email@example.com. I'm asking that the spot on 24th and college be re-added as it seems to be gone now.
Mods - can we merge this thread with the one in Philly Transport & Septa? This is the wrong forum for this.
The **** PCS pulled where they implemented a monthly fee that you had to opt out of, via email at 5pm on a Friday, was enough.
I got my Saturn out of my parents garage, paid for street parking, and was very happy until I moved out of the city.
Gas was a $30 tank maybe every 3 weeks for my trips around the city.
The car rarely needs maintenance beyond an oil change.
It was never broken into.
The car is inspected once per year while I was at work.
You can spin any situation to sound more inconvenient. For me, my own car parked on the street was cheaper. I also found scheduling my car usage hourly to be inconvenient.
Car sharing had no advantage for me. And judging by PCS's financial woes, it's not very viable for others, or as a business.
No, it's not for everyone, but your spin on how inconvenient it was for you doesn't apply to me.
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