- Some reasons an account may be suspended
- Balance due on an account for more than three weeks.
- Non-member driving on a booking under the account.
- Violations of Zipcar rules around late returns or car cleanliness.
- Violations of the member contract.
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If you have an account, you can reactivate it by logging in with your email address and password. If the account is expired or has been removed, you will need to create a new account.
Yes, you can make another Zipcar account. You will need to provide a new email address and your zip code.
Zipcar’s insurance covers the vehicle and the driver, but there are some caveats. Zipcar drivers may be liable for damages or injuries if they were at-fault in an accident while driving a Zipcar.
If you’re not at fault in an accident with a Zipcar, then your liability is limited to $1,000. If you’re found to be at-fault, then your liability is unlimited and you could be sued by the other party.
Zipcars are great for people who need to get around town but don’t own a car or can’t afford to own one. They’re also perfect for people who don’t want to spend the money on parking.
If you’re a member of Zipcar, it’s your responsibility to report any damage that you cause to the car.
Yes, you can book two Zipcars. Yes, you can book two Zipcars. You can only book one Zipcar at a time.
Zipcar does not have cameras inside, but they do use a variety of sensors to monitor the car’s condition and location. Zipcar’s vehicles have cameras inside that are used for the safety and security of Zipcar members. If you have any questions about this, please contact our Member Support team at 888-902-9227.