Hertz Offers Electric Rentals in London

London's mayor Boris Johnson recently pledged to turn his city into "the electric capital of Europe." Making good on that promise, Hertz has rolled out several options for visitors who want a green way to get around. Electric cars can be rented at several sites throughout the city (bonus: The cars are exempt from London's notorious "congestion charge") and can be recharged at any of 16 stations. The cars reportedly have a range of more than 90 miles.

If your clients are looking for a fresh-air option, they can also rent electric bikes at Hertz's Marble Arch branch for £20 (that's about $32) for the day. Every rental comes with full training, a lock, optional helmet and a copy of the AA Leisure Guide to London with suggested bike rides around the city.

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