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What Do I Pay For?

It's free to sign up for a Mevo account; you only pay for what you use! When you finish a trip the cost is automatically calculated and billed to your card. Fuel, insurance and 200km/day is included in our pricing ⛽️

Note: a $15 pre-authorisation is held on your card when you book a vehicle. This amount will always be released back to your account. Read more

Vehicle Pricing

Our pricing is vehicle specific. Rates for each of our vehicle models can also be found in your Mevo app 📱. Click on a vehicle card model icon, then the❓beside pricing details.

Save with the Night Rate

You can save money when you use a Mevo during off-peak times. All trip time between 6PM and 8AM is capped at 2hrs of use.

Excess Kilometre Charge

When you take a Mevo trip, you’re given 200km free daily, The total distance allowance is based on how many days you had your Mevo, and then that’s compared with the distance you drove at the end of your trip. If you exceeded the allowance, each top-up km is $0.75.

Airport Surcharge

A trip that starts or ends at Auckland Domestic Airport will incur a $30 surcharge.

Example: If the hourly rate is $17 then a 45-minute trip from the city to the airport would cost $47. (Airport surcharge included).

Short & Medium Trips (30mins - 5hrs)

You can quickly estimate your trip charge for a couple of hours use by adding up the hourly rate. Add the per-minute rate for any partial hours up to the the hourly rate.

Example: a 1hr, 15min trip with a VW Polo will cost $30.50 ($17 for 1hr + $13.50 for 15mins)

Day Trips (5hrs - 24hrs)

After five hours use you won't pay any more for the rest of the day! For trip time over 24hrs the per-minute and per-hour pricing applies

Example: any trip from 5hrs to 24hrs long with a VW Polo will cost $85.

Example: a 1 day, 1hr, 15min trip with a VW Polo will cost $115.50 Note how the hourly pricing simply adds to the day rate for trip time over 24hrs.

Multi-Day Trips

You can hire a Mevo for as many days as you need - just add up the day rate and any excess kms to estimate the cost.

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