BMW car-sharing arm to seek franchise partners, report says
FRANKFURT (Reuters) -- DriveNow, the car sharing scheme operate by BMW and car-rental company Sixt, will let third party firms to run their company as a franchise in a few cities, German daily newspaper Handelsblatt reported, citing Push Now executive Nico Gabriel.
DriveNow is expected to start in Kobenhavn, Handelsblatt stated, and works jointly with Deutsche Bahn device Arriva Plc to place a fleet of 400 electrical vehicles traveling.
A spokesman for DriveNow declined to remark.
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