How do I start my trip once I have a reservation?

How do I start my trip once I have a reservation?

To begin a trip, you must:

  1. Regional Specifics This will unlock the doors and disarm the anti-theft device.
  2. You can then retrieve the car key from the key/card holder in the glove box (do not forget to put it back at the end of your trip).
  3. You are ready to go!

You can also watch our short video about How it works.

https://youtu.be/z832zjpyPps

See also « How do I access vehicles located at « non-communicating » stations (usually underground)?« 

Can’t find your car?

You can geo-locate your vehicle in the mobile app from the start time of your reservation, unless it is a vehicle in a « non-communicating » station. The exact location of the vehicle will be displayed on the map. There is also a « Locate » button in the reservation banner you can use if necessary.

If the vehicle is not displayed on the map, that could be a sign that the previous member using the vehicle is late. Please do not hesitate to phone our customer service team if you can’t find your vehicle.

Regional Specifics

In Quebec, members frequently use their transit cards to access vehicles, instead of the mobile app, or the key fobs provided by Communauto in some (not all) branches. The OPUS card in the Quebec and Montreal regions, the STO Multi card in Gatineau, or the STS La vermeilleuse card in Sherbrooke can be linked to your account.

Only one transit card can be linked to your account. Once entered, it can be used to access vehicles in all cities in Quebec and Ontario, except Toronto. See “How do I use Communauto in other provinces and countries?”

In Paris, it is also possible to use the transit card available for the Île-de-France region to access vehicles. To link your compatible RFID transit card, you need to enter the card number in the « Personal information » section of your online account beforehand. It is not yet possible to link your transit card via the mobile app, but this option is coming soon. Stay tuned for more information.