We are Move About


Providing a subscription based pay-per-use service available 24/7 in more than 300 locations across Sweden, Norway and Germany — more than 57,000 subscribers have access to over 700 electric cars for their short city trip, business trip or weekend enjoyment.

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Our History


Move About was founded in 2007 by Norwegian entrepreneurs and mobility experts. Today, we are the largest provider of emission free carsharing in the Nordic region.

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Future of Transportation


Read more about how we form the future of mobility togehter with our partners and the role our mobility services will play within future public transport.

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Mobility Network


We're proud mobility partners to some of the largest companies and organizations in Scandinavia. Together we save tons and tons of CO2 emissions every year.

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Our History

  • 2007

    Move About is founded by environmental entrepreneurs with experience from electric car company Think!

  • 2008

    The first pioneer customers reach out and the Norwegian car Think City comes to Sweden.

  • 2009

    Electric car sharing with Think City. Three separate collaborations are launched, including IKEA, Öckerö municipality and Lindholmen Science Park.

  • 2012

    We introduce Nissan Leaf to our mobility locations. New collaborations with Öresundskraft and Chalmers.

  • 2013

    14 municipalities in Västra Götaland test electric car sharing, Stena fastigheter add vans to residentials, Kalmar DelBil is launched.

  • 2014 - 2015

    Move About becomes the first electric car sharing service to provide Tesla Model S, Nissan e-NV200 and Renault Zoe.

  • 2017

    Move About is merged with software developer Miveo. We now offer electric cars, electric bikes and charging hybrids.

  • 2018

    The new and improved Move About app is launched.

  • 2021

    We're appointed Company of the year by Swedish auto-magazine AutoTech.

  • 2022 –

    We're still on our mission towards zero hassle and zero emissions. Move About expands to Germany.

The future of transportation


Building a network

To handle the continued urbanisation and the growing density of larger cities, a fully working public transport network is essential. However, we expect that passenger cars will remain the best option for many trips and that shared electric cars will remain the core of our service offer for quite some time. Therefore, our focus today is on ensuring that our services are integrated with the public transport networks in the best possible way!

Partnering up

In partnership with Entur, the de-facto standard for public transport integrations in Norway, we are – again as pioneers – making our shared cars and other mobility services available as an integrated part of Norwegian public transport. We have participated in a number of similar cooperation in Norway, Sweden and Germany over the years, but this is the first where the service will be made public through a public transport authority as part of their standard mobility services.

Connecting with public transport

Our integration with Entur enables all Norwegian public transport authorities to show the current availability of our mobility stations in their apps, enabling joint customers to find, reserve and take off in one of our cars. We expect this to stimulate our customers to leave their car at home and use the bus or train for their daily commuting – by far the most sustainable mean of transportation. This is enabled by easy access to our shared cars at strategic positions, just one click away.

Learning from data

As part of supporting cities in improving the overall traffic planning, we apply an open approach regarding our data – sharing statistics as well as our conclusions based on our 10+ years of efficiently operating a commercial fleet of shared electric vehicles.

Some of Our Partners

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