Kamloops hopes to jump into stationwagon with Car Share program

Car share programs exist in other parts of Canada, like this one in Nova Scotia (courtesy CBC)

Cities all over North America have jumped on the car share bandwagon or maybe we should call it a station wagon.

If you need a vehicle for an hour or the weekend, you sign one out and away you go.

A Kamloops city councillor hopes to get a Car Share program in Kamloops. 

Arjun Singh speaks with Shelly Joyce about the idea.

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