The car club would provide a vehicle for occasional users at a set fee, cutting insurance and road tax costs.
What does CC stand for?
CC stands for Car Club
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- Cannon Companion (Shadowrun Sourcebook)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
LOS ANGELES, July 12, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- An unfortunate situation has put Beverly Hills Car Club in the news this week with allegations of attempting to sell a stolen classic car on eBay.
City Car Club is celebrating three years of operation in Kirklees with the introduction of four new cars to town.
Northumbria University has signed up to a green car club scheme that means staff can leave their own vehicles at home and use a shared car for work-related errands.
Both companies previously operated in Birmingham, but City Car Club said the acquisition would leave it free to invest in the local network.
Simon Parker, development manager at Carplus, said: "These are very encouraging results and may make Warwick District Car Club an attractive proposition for a car-club operator.
Cllr John Coyne, who leads the Green Party on the city council, said unsold cars produced by Vauxhall at Ellesmere Port and Jaguar Land Rover at Halewood should be used to set up thousands of car clubs - where members share the use of cars.
CLASSIC CAR CLUB: It was a high performance event at the Tall Trees near Yarm in October 1987 when the South Durham Sports Car Club held a meeting.