Matcha Car Club Launches Across Wandsworth

Providing a variety of cars around the borough's streets

Ubeeqo, the transport delivery start-up, has launched its new car club service called Matcha across Wandsworth.

Matcha will provide local people with access to pay-as-you-go vehicles and has 29 new cars in the borough, with plans to increase the local fleet over the course of the year.

The cars can be picked up from on-street locations in Tooting, Battersea, Roehampton, Putney, Southfields, Earlsfield and Wandsworth Common (see the locations map below).

Subscribers can hire the vehicles by the hour and bookings can be made via a mobile phone app.

Wandsworth Council has been supporting the growth of car clubs for the last eight years by providing dedicated on-street parking bays across the borough.

The borough has the highest car club membership in London. The council also teams up with three other operators - City Car Club, Co-Wheels and Zipcar.

You can register either on the Ubeeqo website or by downloading the app which is free of charge and with no usage commitment. All bookings include the first 50 miles and fuel for free.

Wandsworth residents can register with Ubeeqo and choose 1 of 3 Matcha offers available and enjoy a special £25 promotion with voucher code WANDFREE. 

For full information and further details see the Matcha website.

Matcha has cars located across Wandsworth. Search the website for your nearest vehicle

Benoit Chatelier, Ubeeqo founder and CEO, said, “Ubeeqo makes urban mobility easier, more convenient, and more cost-effective, and more environmentally friendly too.”

Wandsworth Council’s transport spokesman Cllr Jonathan Cook said, “We’re delighted Ubeeqo has decide to invest in Wandsworth and is bringing its network of pay-as-you-go vehicles to our borough. We want every home to have easy access to a car club so there is less need for car ownership and fewer vehicles on our streets.

“We’re proud to have the highest car club membership in London and will continue to support the industry to innovate and grow.”


February 17, 2016