We’ve arrived.

In partnership with the Vermont Agency of Transportation, and with support from the City of Montpelier, in April of 2015 CarShare Vermont embarked on a two-year pilot project to place two-fuel efficient vehicles in the downtown to serve residents, businesses, and commuters.You’ll now find ours cars located behind City Hall and in front of the Kellogg Hubbard Library.

Since our launch, over 100 Montpelier residents have joined CarShare Vermont and started to reap the financial, environmental, and social benefits of car-sharing. This is a great start, and with your support we’re confident that this pilot project will be a huge success. To keep the positive momentum going, and to ensure that CarShare Vermont continues to grow and succeed in Montpelier, we need your help!

Here are a few ways you can get involved:

  • Become a CarShare Vermont member, and encourage your friends, neighbors, and colleagues to do the same. If you’ve been thinking about ditching a car, go for it – we’ve got you covered!
  • If you work in Montpelier, encourage your employer to set up a business membershipCarShare Vermont can help businesses reduce work-related travel expenses, while providing an enticing employee benefit.
  • Help us raise awareness and generate excitement about our service. We need local volunteers to help table at community events, put up posters, knock on doors, post messages on Front Porch Forum, and generally help spread the word.
  • Connect with CarShare Vermont on FacebookTwitter, and InstagramWe use social media to share information, announce opportunities/events, and generally keep people in the loop.

Thank you in advance for all of your support! If you’d like to get involved, please email alicia@carsharevt.org or call (802) 861-2340.


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Carshare Vermont has been a valuable transportation option for our family of 4, and was the driving factor (pun intended) in allowing us to sell our second car and enjoy the savings of being a one car household."

– Kaj Samsom