Easywheels now ‘most definitely up and running’

According to the Haddington new car club Easywheels, the service is ready for business. Find out more this weekend at a display in Haddington library.

According to Easywheels, the new car club based out of Haddington, the service is now ready for business. You can find out more this weekend.

Would you like to see a car club vehicle available for use based in Pencaitland?
Would you like to see a car club vehicle based in Pencaitland?
Easywheels will be in Haddington Library this Friday (10th May between 10am-12pm & 2pm-4pm) fully set up to show the workings of the online joining and booking system. Anyone can pop in and chat to the car club about joining.

Currently Easywheels has two cars for use by members. Both cars also contain child booster seats, first aid kits and road atlases. Plans are also in place to add a tow bar to the Meriva.

Pencaitland Car Club?

It may be possible to extend on the work already completed in launching Easywheels in Haddington by adding a car to the network based out of Pencaitland. This could be hugely beneficial, allowing those without a second car, or no car at all, access to personal transport only when needed.

However, in order to make this possibility a reality we need to know there’s a level of local support for such an idea. If you would like to see a car available in Pencaitland then please complete this short survey.

You can also read the original article on this idea here.

Author: pencaitland

Pencaitland Community Council exists to represent the views of local residents about local issues that matter to them. This involves close liaison with other groups in the community and helps to develop a more coherent and dynamic village environment.

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