As Australia's largest peer-to-peer car sharing platform, we've enabled thousands of people to offset the cost of owning a car - as well as helping the environment and their local community. Check out the articles in this section to discover stories from real Uber Carshare members.
For self-confessed car nut and experienced entrepreneur Steve, car-sharing hits the sweet spot between making money and helping to create lasting social change.
For student Zicong Wang, car-sharing is not only fuelling his entrepreneurial spirit, making him money and helping the environment, it’s providing a much-needed solution to Tasmania’s hire car shortage.
Claudio Scali uses Uber Carshare to get the kids to school, and yummy vegan cookies to the community
Claudio Scali is a small business owner living in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs with his three kids. He uses Uber Carshare to get his kids to school during the week and his delicious vegan cookies to Farmers’s Markets on the weekends. Check out ‘The C Word’ on instagram [https:
Brunswick Tool library volunteers are keeping local people DIY'ing during the COVID-19 crisis by delivering shared tools using local Uber Carshare members' shared vans. Check out what they've been making!
Renting her car out gave Anita access to a whole fleet of cars, vans and utes.
Meet Alissa and Maree - they’re neighbours in St Kilda, Melbourne. Alissa doesn’t use her car during the week, and that’s when Maree often needs to drive to get to meetings across Melbourne. They share a car through the Uber Carshare platform.
While earning money by renting their car out is welcome, it's not the key reason why Doug and Sally decided to rent their car with Uber Carshare. It's part of their commitment to using resources more efficiently through sharing.
Meet Kayla. In her early 20′s, Kayla found herself with a car, but no licence. The car was a cute purple Ford Festiva, a gift from an aunt. Kayla’s dad had nicknamed it “POG” (due to its numberplate and undeniable POG-ishness). But POG was mostly just sitting around