GoForth has two primary uses:
Free, no-contact, no-pressure, self-service EV test-drives to experience the joys of driving electric, every driver’s first test drive is free.
Carsharing for communities. Several vehicles will be located at affordable housing developments. After the initial free test drive, subsequent reservations can be made on the platform for a low hourly fee, providing affordable, personal, on-demand transportation to local residents.
What is carsharing?
Carsharing is a system where individuals have access to a network of vehicles for short-term rental. You can view where cars are located and make reservations in a few simple steps using the carsharing app. With GoForth CarShare, the first drive is free but there is a small hourly fee for each additional ride. Drivers must verify their license information prior to reserving a car.
What's an electric car?
Electric cars drive much like traditional cars. The pedals, steering wheel and controls are the same, but they are fueled by electricity instead of gas. They charge through a plug, just like your phone.
GoForth CarShare Supporters:
American Public Power Association, Ashland Electric, Bonneville Environmental Foundation, Central Electric Coop, Clatskanie PUD, Consumers Power, Inc., Eugene Water & Electric Board, Emerald PUD, Midstate Electric Coop, and Northern Wasco County PUD.
Please view the FAQ for frequently asked questions.