Rates



Casual
Driver
Co-op
Member
Family/
Household
Corporate
Membership
Monthly fee* $10/month $0/month $0/month $0/month
Hourly rate* $8/hour $6/hour $6/hour $6/hour
Per km rate* $0.25/km $0.25/km $0.25/km $0.25/km
Free km/trip 5 free km/trip 5 free km/trip 5 free km/trip 5 free km/trip

* Rates are subject to change.

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Damage Pool

Optional Damage Pool: $5/month

All drivers will have the option of contributing to a damage pool. Members and drivers can now protect themselves against having to pay the full insurance deductible in the case of any partial or at-fault damage/accidents caused to vehicles.

Refunds

The SCC will refund the membership share less any outstanding moneys owed by the member to the SCC within 90 days of the effective date of the termination, withdrawal or other cessation of the membership.

Additional details can be found in our Bylaws.

Fuel Surcharges

A fuel surcharge addresses unpredictable gas prices while keeping rates stable and fair. The surcharge is calculated based on average gas prices in Saskatoon that month and is applied once the price of gas is above $1.00 per litre. At that point, the surcharge increases by one cent for every 10-cent increase in the price of a litre of gas. For example, if the average price of gas in Saskatoon is $1.20 per litre, the fuel surcharge would be $0.02, so the total cost would be $0.27/km.

CarSharing Price Comparison

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Owning a 2011 Nissan Versa

$3127 year
Calculated using CAA's Driving Cost Calculator:
  • Annual Mileage: 800 km
  • City vs Highway Mileage: 100% City
  • Fuel prices: $1.20
  • Licence and Registration Fees: $113
  • Insurance Costs: $1,441
  • Depreciation: $1,258
  • Maintenance: $239
 

CarSharing a 2011 Nissan Versa

$892 year
Calculated using Co-op Member Rates with CAA Driving Cost Calculator
  •  Annual Mileage: 800 km
  • Fuel Prices: $1.20 ($76 on fuel/year + SCC charge of $0.27/km)
  • Annual Hours: 100 hours (8.33 hours/month)
  • Casual Drivers using the above stats would spend $1136 annually.
  • The annual cost does not include initial application fees.
     
  • Scott Bell
    I am a member of the SCC because I believe in a diverse and active transportation system. This includes providing people an alternative to owning an extra car, or for some residents owning even one car. SCC promotes community, the environment, and the Saskatoon transportation system.

    Scott Bell / Director, The Spatial Initiative University of Saskatchewan /

  • Audra Krueger
    CarSharing is the missing link in a complete public transit system; a CarShare means more people using public transit and less people driving. And just as important is the business model; co-ops are democratic, rooted in community and are an effective tool in solving societies' biggest challenges.

    Audra Krueger / Centre for the Study of Co-operatives /

  • Frederick Khonje
    The SCC is such a novel and great idea! I'm a member in the SCC because I think it's time for Saskatoon to embrace alternative transport and I can't wait to get rid of my car and start using the CarShare co-op in my neighbourhood.

    Frederick Khonje / Co-operative Development Office, Saskatchewan Co-operative Association /

  • David Stobbe / Stobbe Photography
    CarSharing means my family has a car when we need it but enables us to minimize our environmental footprint and monthly costs through reduced driving. If Saskatchewan were a country, we would have the second highest per capita greenhouse gas emissions on the planet. We need more sustainable transportation options for Saskatchewan residents and a CarSharing co-op helps address that gap.

    Marcia McKenzie / Director, Sustainability Education Research Institute; Associate Professor, Department of Educational Foundations, University of Saskatchewan /

  • Heather Lake
    CarSharing makes committing to more sustainable and healthy modes of transportation even easier, and I love SCC's co-operative, community-oriented business model.

    Heather Lake / WAM Saskatoon /