Birmingham has chosen Co-wheels Car Club to take over the city’s car share operation for the next three years starting next week.
We will offer 20 low emission cars across the city which members can borrow instead of having to buy their own car. Co-wheels already has an established franchise operating in South Birmingham cars but from Monday, October 15, it will be expanding to operate from 10 fixed bays in the city centre, taking over from the current operator Enterprise Car Club.
In the coming months we will also be setting up new ‘floating’ bays operating from named streets but without a fixed parking spot. This will enable us to cover a much larger area of the city centre. Co-wheels is already signing up new members who want to use the service when it starts, offering a special membership launch offer on our Birmingham page.Read more
We’re excited to introduce our newly updated booking system, which makes it easier than ever to book a Co-wheels car and manage your account.
All your booking and billing information has been stored, but you will need to reset your password on your first login. It’s quick and easy:
- On the login page, click 'Forgot Your Password?'
- Enter the email address you usually use to log in to Co-wheels
- Check your inbox (including Junk folder!) for an email link to reset your password (you can use your old password again if you wish)
- Follow the booking system wizard to fill in any further details on your account.
We've made some changes to the way the booking system works:
Hourly booking fees will now be taken 2hrs before start time, and mileage will be billed after. If you make a booking less than 2hrs before a booking starts, the fees will be taken immediately. Please read our full Billing FAQ to make sure you're aware of how and when we take payments.
If you have any queries or feedback, please get in touch with Customer Service on 0191 375 1050 or email email@example.com
Co-wheels is excited to be working with the North East Combined Authorities, with funding from Carplus and the Department for Transport, to bring 20 new Co-wheels cars to join the fleet.Read more