Night Rate

More flexibility and more savings with your Mevo

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Written by Tian
Updated over a week ago

The night rate is here to offer a budget option, when you need a vehicle outside of those peak business hours!

What is the Mevo night rate?

More Mevo for less! The night rate applies at 6pm and onwards for trips returned by 8am the following morning. Trip time price in this period is capped at just 2 hours. Perfect for evening errands, a night at the movies, or taking a car home after work. You can check the hourly rates for our different vehicle models here โ†’

How do I use the night rate?

The night rate automatically applies to your trip between the hours 6pm and 8am the following morning.

FAQ on the Night Rate

Do I have to reserve and/or unlock the Mevo exactly at 6pm or return at 8am sharp?

You can start and end your trip at any time before or after. You will be billed at the normal rates for your use before 6pm and after 8am.

What if I only took a Mevo out for 1 hour between 6pm to 8am? (For example: 9:15pm to 10:15pm)

You'll simply be billed for 1 hour of use. Anything less than 2 hours will be billed according to the normal rates.

What if I reserve a Mevo before 6pm but unlock it after?

You are only charged for the time you are on trip, so this does not include the reservation time. You can reserve the vehicle before 6pm, as long as you unlock the vehicle after 6pm and end trip before 8am, you will only be charged the night rate, excluding any surcharges.

Does the Night Rate only apply for Monday to Friday?

No, Saturday, Sunday, and any holiday evenings are all included.

If I use a Mevo for 24 hours, do I get charged the Day Rate + Night Rate (7 hours)?

No, if you use a Mevo for 24 hours you will be charged for 1-day rate. This is because our billing is capped and will charge the lowest price possible for the trip. The day rates are capped at 5 hours of use, so being charged for the night rate + the extra hours of use would work out to be more!

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