People of Devon, share your cars with the Car Share Devon scheme
MOTORISTS are being urged by Devon County Council to make a New Year’s resolution to reduce congestion, cut their carbon footprint and save hundreds of pound a year by car sharing.
More than 7,100 people across the county have already registered at the Car Share Devon and it is aiming for another bumper year of attracting new members. To kickstart the New Year, people who register between January 1 – 30 will be entered into a free prize draw to win £100 worth of vouchers of their choice.
The Car Share Devon scheme is free to join and the advanced matching software provides members with details of others who are travelling the same route. The service is commissioned by Devon County Council, in partnership with Plymouth City Council and Torbay Council.
Plymouth City Council’s Sustainable Transport team will also be taking to the streets around the Langage Estate, near Plympton, on Monday, January 18 to promote the Carsharedevon scheme and the Langage Links travel plan.
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