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  • Queen of sgForums
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    • BlueSG is the first electric carsharing service launched in Singapore. Members will have access to a network of shared electric vehicles 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, at self-service locations throughout the island.




    • 5,000 BlueSG rentals after two weeks of operations

      Less than three weeks after launching its service, electric vehicle car-sharing operator BlueSG has drawn more than 3,300 members and 5,000 rentals.

      With its fleet of 80, it works out to more than 220 rentals a day, since the subsidiary of French transportation firm Bollore Group launched on Dec 12 last year. Then, it said that more than 2,000 members had registered for its service, meaning subscription has grown by around 50 per cent.

      In a press release on Wednesday (Jan 3), BlueSG’s managing director Franck Vitte said they were “very encouraged and heartened by the overwhelming response”. He added that the firm is looking at adding to the 32 charging stations islandwide quickly to serve its members.

      BlueSG targets to roll out 1,000 electric vehicles and 2,000 charging points by 2020.

      Users can choose to pay S$15 a month for lower rental rates of S$0.33 per minute or go with paying a flat S$0.50 per minute of use.



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    • Reports of damaged, faulty electric sharing cars to be expected: BlueSG

      SINGAPORE: Reports of damaged and faulty cars from Singapore's first electric car-sharing company should be "expected" as it can also happen with personal cars, said BlueSG on Wednesday (Jan 3).

      Cases of such incidents came to light when photos of damaged BlueSG cars were posted on a public Facebook page on Sunday.

      The electric car-sharing service officially launched less than a month ago on Dec 12.

      When asked for the number of BlueSG cars reported damaged or faulty since its launch, BlueSG said there have been "a handful".

      On Dec 31, photos of the electric cars were posted on Facebook page SG Road Vigilante; one car had a broken front car plate and a dent on the bonnet of the car.

      Channel NewsAsia understands that the incident did not result in any injuries.

      Another photo of a different car showed a black scratch on its front bumper.

      On the same day, another Facebook user Paul Chua posted pictures of the electric car being towed away at a Shell petrol station on Facebook page Singapore Taxi Driver.

      BlueSG said it was aware of such incidents and is working closely with its insurers and the responsible drivers.

      "With more than 5,000 trips to date, it is expected that there will be few incidents as it can happen with any personal car," said BlueSG.

      The company added that it will not comment on precise figures regarding accidents.

      "Nevertheless, the total number reported is in the range of a handful of cases, which needs to be related to the number of trips," said the company.

      It added that an accident with a BlueSG car "does not always involve responsibility from a BlueSG driver".

      Source: CNA/ad

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