Flex carsharing, car sharing


FLEX Carsharing by CFL Mobility

The FLEX car-sharing offer includes over 60 stations throughout the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, and more than 110 modern vehicles of various sizes. It's easy to reserve a car, from the electric BMW Mini to the Seat Leon station wagon and the Fiat Talento utility vehicle.

Carsharing stations near railway stations in Luxembourg

Thanks to the strategic location of the stations in the immediate vicinity of railway stations, customers benefit from an innovative solution that combines the advantages of public transport with those of individual transport, when required .

FLEX Carsharing is aimed at private customers, the self-employed and companies looking for a flexible, no-obligation mobility solution.

FLEX Carsharing is a carsharing offer from CFL Mobility, a company 100% owned by the CFL group, Chemins de Fer Luxembourgeois. CFL Mobility was founded in 2017 and is headquartered in Wasserbillig. It currently employs 17 people.

How does FLEX Carsharing work?

The FLEX car-sharing offer is based on a simple idea: you only pay for the time you book and per kilometer driven, whether for private or business use.

FLEX is a car-sharing model based on its fixed stations where vehicles are available for our customers' needs. Depending on their needs, FLEX customers can reserve cars 24/7. All costs are included in the price of the reservation: fuel, insurance, maintenance, repairs and a wide range of services.

What are the advantages of carsharing?

Studies have shown that car-sharing services based on fixed stations reduce residents' need for cars and parking spaces. These reductions are of the order of 8 to 12 vehicles per car available for car-sharing.

FLEX is therefore a more sustainable solution for individual mobility on a daily basis, not only thanks to the exclusive use of modern vehicles, but also thanks to the potential to reduce parking spaces and costs.

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