How Muvon Car Sharing works
2. Access the parking and open the car
When it’s time for your booking, go to the car park and open the app. Start booking, report damage and cleanliness. .
If you have rented a BMW, you will find the keys in the glove box. Use them during your booking. For other car models, open and lock from the app.
3. Drive and finish your booking
Our cars are electric and automatic. Drive with your right foot, alternating brake and accelerator. Plan your journey to charge the car when needed.
When you are finished, return the car at the same point, connect the charging cable and end your reservation. Remember it’s a shared car: be on time and return it as good or better than you found it.
How to charge the car
The Balearic Islands is one of the most advanced regions in terms of electric mobility and committed to reducing CO2 emissions. Mallorca has more than 400 charging points for electric vehicles. Follow the instructions on each charger to activate the charging of your car.
Frequently asked questions about Muvon
Here are some tips that will make the process easier if it is the first time you rent a car by the hour in Mallorca with Muvon car sharing.
The pick-up and drop-off point is the same. Book the car through the app at the station that suits you best. When you are nearing the end of your booking, return the car at the same station where you picked it up.
Yes, call us and we will do it for you, as long as the car is available.
To rent a car with Muvon you must be a driver over 20 years of age and have held your driving licence for at least two years.
If this is the first time you drive an automatic electric car, you should know that driving is done with your right foot only. Forget your left foot and switch smoothly between brake and accelerator to brake or move forward.
Press the brake and the “Start” button to start the car.
Press brake + D to move forward.
Press brake + R to go in reverse.
Press brake + P to park. Press brake + P to park.
Traffic in the historic centre of Palma is restricted to ACIRE zones and limited by signs indicating this. To gain access you must ask for permission at the intercoms, by post or by telephone, indicating your ID card and the number plate of your car.