If the Dutch can save on something, they are quick to do so. This is once again evident from figures from Lynk & Co about the Lynk & Co 01. You can share this plug-in hybrid car with others and this is done the most in the Netherlands of all European countries.
Lynk & Co says that in the Netherlands, more than 1 in 5 Lynk & Co 01 drivers rents out their car. With that percentage of 22 percent, the Netherlands is the leader in Europe. The total number of Lynk & Co's shared throughout Europe has now risen to more than 18,000. Volvo's sister brand also states that all those cars have been shared for more than 1.5 million hours.
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Car sharing is not only about sustainability, Lynk & Co readily admits, but also about making money. Anyone who shares their Lynk & Co 01 gets paid for it and thus saves on their car costs. The European drivers who do this have jointly earned 850,000 euros in the past twelve months.
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It's funny to see what prices Lynk & Co drivers charge for lending out their car. You can determine that yourself. For the cheapest price you have to be in Sweden. Here you can drive away in someone else's Lynk & Co for an average of 9 euros per hour. The Italians are most keen to make a profit here and simply charge 30 euros per hour. Dutch landlords can learn something from this...
This post was last modified on November 15, 2023 3:48 pm
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