Car Sharing

A system that gives people access to a (small or large) fleet of cars so that they can use an
automobile individually in sequence, i.e. not simultaneously. In essence, Car SharingA system that gives people access to a (small or large) flee... is a form
of short-term rental, even by the hour. This meaning of Car SharingA system that gives people access to a (small or large) flee... is widely used in continental
Europe – in the UK it is often the expression “car club” that describes this form of sequential
sharing.

Significantly different is what is typically called Car PoolingLorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Sed... (in North America also Ride Sharing)
where users share (part of) a journey with others in the same car at the same time. In the UK,
this model is often referred to as Car SharingA system that gives people access to a (small or large) flee....

There are two types of sharing organisation – station-based and free floating. The success of car
sharing within the context of ‘sharing than owning’ is based on the latter model.

In short: For SUNRISE-internal communication:

Car SharingA system that gives people access to a (small or large) flee... = sharing a car in sequence (one user after the other)

Car PoolingLorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Sed... = sharing (part of) a journey with several users in the same car at the same time.