When you use Mevo in Wellington you are using our free-floating service: Mevo Flex. By free-floating we mean that the cars don't have designated parks, they can be picked up and dropped off in any approved parking space in the Flex Zone.

Get Moving: Ready to take a trip with Mevo Flex? Check out our Watch & Learn guide before you drive. We cover booking, driving, fuelling, parking & more 🧠

Vehicles & Pricing

We operate a fleet of modern, European vehicles in Wellington; the choice is yours!

Get Moving: estimate the cost of your Mevo trip 🚙

How do I book a Mevo in Wellington?

Open your Mevo app to see the location of available vehicles. Select any vehicle to see it's location and tap Reserve to hold the car for up to 30 minutes.

💡 Tip: the 30min reservation time is free. A $15 pre-authorisation is held on your card when you reserve a Mevo. This will always be refunded.

What is the Flex Zone?

The Flex Zone is the service area where you can start and end your trips. You can end your trip in any approved parking space within the Flex Zone.

Tip: The Flex Zone boundaries are illustrated in the app with a heavy orange line.

The Wellington Flex Zone includes the Central City, Mt Victoria, Newtown, Miramar and Wellington Airport; allowing for one-way trips between the City and the Airport 🛫

Approved Parking Spaces

You can end your trip in any Wellington City Council metered, coupon, resident or P120 and above parking space within the Flex Zone. We also operate several dedicated parks around the city for Mevo vehicles only. Parking in other legal spots, like P60, is only permitted while on-trip.

Swipe up while on trip to view our Map & Parking feature to find your nearest dedicated Mevo parking spaces. Unsuitable parking is marked in red 🚨

🚨 Make sure to check for parking conditions that might activate after your trip! 🚨

Your End Trip park must be suitable for Mevo at all times as you can't be sure when the vehicle will be next booked. Steer clear of parks with conditions like Clearways avoid parking fines!

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