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Car Sharing End-user Analysis in Selected European Cities

  • September 2013
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  • Frost & Sullivan
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  • 89 pages

European Voice of the Customer Study

This research service examines consumer perceptions of car sharing based on a survey conducted in 2012 in France, Germany, and the United Kingdom. Only one out of four city residents in Europe is familiar with the car sharing concept. Once familiar, the interest rate in car sharing reaches 38%. Consumers are most attracted by the all-inclusive and convenient nature of the concept and value its high transparency and accessibility. The key driver of car sharing is cost efficiency, while the key barriers include attitudinal hurdles and operational issues. Overall, the market for car sharing is still in its nascent stage and it will most likely coexist with other modes of transportation.

Market for Traditional Car Sharing Services—Members

Traditional car sharing in Europe is expected to reach nearly X million members by 2020, more than X% of them will take round-trips, and X% are expected to be personal customers.

Market for Traditional Car Sharing Services—Vehicles

Traditional car sharing in Europe is expected to reach nearly X million vehicles by 2020; currently basic and small vehicles are key to traditional car sharing operators’ (CSO’s) fleets.

Overview of the European Market for P2P Car Sharing

The peer-to-peer (P2P) car sharing market is expected to have nearly X million vehicles in operation and more than X million members by 2020 according to the Frost & Sullivan scenario.

Growth of P2P Car Sharing in Europe

P2P car sharing has been on a rapid growth path since 2008 and recorded X% growth between 2010 and 2011.

Table Of Contents

Car Sharing End-user Analysis in Selected European Cities
Table of Contents

1. Market Context
2. Research Objectives and Methodology
3. Executive Summary
4. Current Travel Habits
5. Awareness and Interest in Car Sharing
6. Car Sharing—Market Scenario Simulations
7. Operational Expectations for Car Sharing
8. Car Sharing—Drivers and Barriers
9. Profile of People Interested in Car Sharing
10. Impact of Car Sharing on Other Transport Modes
11. Impact of Car Sharing on Car Ownership
12. Peer-to-Peer Car Sharing
13. Market Potential Estimation
14. Appendix
15. The Frost and Sullivan Story

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