Zipcar £15 free driving credit (possibly selected accounts)
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Zipcar £15 free driving credit (possibly selected accounts)

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Found 6th Mar
Possibly selected accounts, but just got an email for £15 free driving credit.

Valid for 1 month from entering.

Voucher expires: midnight, 20 March 2018

Full text from email:

It's easy. Simply enter the code below and £15 driving credit will be added to your account, ready for your next trip.
code: M4R15
expires: midnight, 20 March 2018


members.zipcar.co.uk/gif…eem - Redeem at this url
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seems like everyone is getting the email
what the hell is it
excellent find OP thanks for sharing
Made an account with them a little while back but I've always been worried about the car getting damaged between bookings. So If you leave the car at the end of your booking, some one scratches the side of it then the next booking reports it - you're liable for the bill?! Correct me if I'm wrong but that seems ridiculous!
Thanks for Posting
Excellent post - many thanks. Mine lasts till April 5th so it may be flexible depending on when you claim it.
nice one. If only they did one way booking north of the thames
Tiptop find!

If you do try ZC, do not forget they have a 60 mile limit per day for FREE travel in the
cars (( changes in some areas )) and after that, you will be charged a set £0.25p per
mile fuel & mileage fee
Many thanks, didn't get the email but have applied the code and it went through.
GetSchwifty6th Mar

Made an account with them a little while back but I've always been worried …Made an account with them a little while back but I've always been worried about the car getting damaged between bookings. So If you leave the car at the end of your booking, some one scratches the side of it then the next booking reports it - you're liable for the bill?! Correct me if I'm wrong but that seems ridiculous!


Yes that would be ridiculous.
Zipcar relies on the honesty of members, and you would not be automatically charged for damage, they would contact you to discuss.
That said, I highly recommend separate car club insurance, so there is no excess to pay, even when there is damage to the vehicle and it is your fault.
Thanks. Worked for me.
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