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Self-proclaimed eco-conscious car-sharing platform Evee has launched in Australia offering electric vehicles (EVs) to rent, connecting “community-conscious car owners with eco-conscious drivers”.

Dealing solely in EVs, including but not exclusive to the industry-leading Tesla range, Evee is touting its service as a “sustainable and exciting way to reduce your carbon footprint while simultaneously enjoying the thrill of the latest in automotive technology”.

Evee is currently operating in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Gold Coast and Canberra, with pickup either from the owner’s home, or with airport pickups organised for an added fee.

And Evee says the range of options is soon to increase with the imminent arrival of the first Tesla 3’s coming in August/September.

According to Evee, with the costs of car ownership skyrocketing, people are turning to hiring/car-sharing solutions to fulfil their transport needs - at an acceptable cost, for personal and business use.

Evee claims it is the “natural progression of this burgeoning share economy” and the only platform that offers electric vehicles (EVs) to rent on your doorstep.

Originally launching in 2016 Evee says its growth was restrained by the hurdle of prohibitively high insurance premiums, but having now solved the puzzle of how to insure high value cars at an acceptable price, it is ready to “expand big, reshaping the face of the Australian car rental market”.

“We have worked hard to achieve a solution that works for everyone. EV owners can recoup the considerable cost of these high value vehicles when not in use,” says Evee founder, Slava Kozlovskii.

“While for users it is both a transport solution for the eco-conscious, and a chance to experience the future of automotive transport now.”

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