Mexico City


Carrot is Mexico's first car sharing service—an affordable and convenient alternative to the high costs and hassles of owning or renting a car. The startup offers cars of various sizes that are kept at self-service pods throughout the city. Customer can then use a vehicle by renting it (through their smarthpone) by the hour or day and accessing it with an RFID card, with tariffs including gas and insurance. It has been proven that each shared vehicle removes between 15 and 20 private vehicles from circulating daily. Carrot's long term goal is to diminish up to 1% of Mexico City's car traffic and polution (over 40,000 less vehicles circulating daily).

Contact: Diego Solorzano at