If I join Communauto, can I allow someone else to drive the car?
For trips where a second driver would be convenient (i.e. on a road trip), non-member drivers are allowed, as long as the registered member accompanies the non-member in the vehicle while they are driving. The non-member must also hold a valid licence.
If members of your household want to use Communauto vehicles regularly, they should join as a driver on your membership, so they can book and access cars on their own.
Other registered Communauto members may drive unaccompanied in a vehicle reserved under your name.
Always remember, a member who allows someone else to drive a vehicle reserved in their name remains fully responsible to Communauto for the vehicle.