What we do for you

What we will sort out for you when you are a member of Car Bute: Fuel Costs Servicing and MOT Road Tax and Insurance Cleaning Breakdown Cover Water, Oil and Screen wash   All you need to do is: Become a Member Book a car of your choice and just drive!!   Costs: Annual Membership £60    Temporary Membership £20 21p per mile £3.50 per hour up to 9 hours and £35 for up to 24...

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Alternative to Car Ownership

Have you ever got to the end of the month and thought, I spend a fortunate on my car each month and hardly use it?  If this is the case you should perhaps think about becoming a car Bute member and giving up your car altogether. If you use your car less than 6000 miles a year then it is costing you money. Why are you paying for a car to sit outside your house all day? Car Bute gives you all the convenience of a car without the hassle...

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Car Availability this coming month

The next few weeks availability we have on both cars are: Yaris Manual : Available until 4th August, then booked 5,6,12,15,16,20 and 21st August, but available on dates in between. Yaris Automatic:  Fully booked from today until  30th July, Available 31st July, then booked from 1st August until 7th August, Available 8th August, then booked until 15th...

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City Car Club merges

A very interesting article about city car club http://fleetworld.co.uk/news/2015/Apr/Enterprise-Rent-A-Car-acquires-City-Car-Club/0434019201  

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Fewer cars on Scotland’s roads

Survey results show that over half of Scotland’s car club members owned a car before joining a car club and just over a quarter after becoming members.  For each car club vehicle in Scotland, around five private cars are taken off the road.  That’s 900 vehicles off the road thanks to Scotland’s 180 car club cars.  Car Clubs also reduce the number of cars purchased.  A quarter of members said they would have bought a...

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More walking,cycling and public transport use

It has been proven that car club members are more likely to walk, cycle and use public transport than the average car user in Scotland.  Feedback from car club members suggests they are more aware of the cost of car use and therefore more likely to consider all travel options for completing a journey.

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