Zipcar Offers Students Transportation Alternative

John Meerts, vice president for finance and administration, thanks members of the Wesleyan Student Assembly for bringing the new Zipcar to campus. Zipcar is the world’s largest car-sharing service and provides students with a convenient, economical and environmentally-friendly alternative to having a car on campus.

John Meerts, vice president for finance and administration, thanks members of the Wesleyan Student Assembly for bringing the new Zipcar to campus. Zipcar is the world’s largest car-sharing service and provides students with a convenient, economical and environmentally-friendly alternative to having a car on campus.

WSA president Mike Pernick '10 speaks at the Zipcar launch. Zipcar allows students to use the vehicle for errands, entertainment, or road trips–without the cost and hassle of owning a car. All reservations include fuel, insurance, and roadside assistance.

WSA president Mike Pernick '10 speaks at the Zipcar launch. Zipcar allows students to use the vehicle for errands, entertainment, or road trips–without the cost and hassle of owning a car. All reservations include fuel, insurance, and roadside assistance.

Charlie Kurose '10 checks out one of the two Zipcars that will be used by Wesleyan students. To sign up for Zipcar use, students over the age of 18 need a valid driver's license and a credit card.

Charlie Kurose '10 checks out one of the two Zipcars that will be used by Wesleyan students. To sign up for Zipcar use, students over the age of 18 need a valid driver's license and a credit card.

For more information on Zipcar, visit http://www.zipcar.com/wesleyan. (Photos by Lauren Valentino ’10)