Car sharing - Whizz Car


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Anyone CSer using whizz car here ?:)
 

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Since I just got my licence and not entitle to rent from Whizz Car or NTUC carcoop, I still rather stick to normal rental of car. Told a look at the pricing, double of normal car rental. For that amount, I can drive for 48 hours for their 24 hours rate. Although petrol is free, I still find it too ex. and I still got 10% discount on petrol ;p .The 120km free usage, seem like not much to me as I tried 200km in less than 24 hrs. :bsmilie: Rather stick to my normal car rental for cheaper way of driving ard. ;)
 

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Since I just got my licence and not entitle to rent from Whizz Car or NTUC carcoop, I still rather stick to normal rental of car. Told a look at the pricing, double of normal car rental. For that amount, I can drive for 48 hours for their 24 hours rate. Although petrol is free, I still find it too ex. and I still got 10% discount on petrol ;p .The 120km free usage, seem like not much to me as I tried 200km in less than 24 hrs. :bsmilie: Rather stick to my normal car rental for cheaper way of driving ard. ;)
What's a cheap and good car rental?
 

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Since I just got my licence and not entitle to rent from Whizz Car or NTUC carcoop, I still rather stick to normal rental of car. Told a look at the pricing, double of normal car rental. For that amount, I can drive for 48 hours for their 24 hours rate. Although petrol is free, I still find it too ex. and I still got 10% discount on petrol ;p .The 120km free usage, seem like not much to me as I tried 200km in less than 24 hrs. :bsmilie: Rather stick to my normal car rental for cheaper way of driving ard. ;)
well .. its a different philosophy ... I'm using Honda Diracc, and its a pretty good alternative to taking a cab. If you are using the car for the entire day, then obviously renting is better.

Sometimes its damned hard to get a cab in town, and with the peak hour charges, booking fees etc etc, car sharing is cheaper to use. I can just go to the nearest car port and pick up a car, and return it at any other port. My normal route is to pick up at millenia, (near my office) and return it at bedok (near my house) and its about $5 cheaper per trip compared to a cab during peak hours.
 

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This Honda Diracc is under what scheme? ANy website?
well .. its a different philosophy ... I'm using Honda Diracc, and its a pretty good alternative to taking a cab. If you are using the car for the entire day, then obviously renting is better.

Sometimes its damned hard to get a cab in town, and with the peak hour charges, booking fees etc etc, car sharing is cheaper to use. I can just go to the nearest car port and pick up a car, and return it at any other port. My normal route is to pick up at millenia, (near my office) and return it at bedok (near my house) and its about $5 cheaper per trip compared to a cab during peak hours.
 

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