Become a carshare member

To be a GO2 member, you:

  • Are 19 or older;
  • Have a clean driving record for three or more years.

To become a GO2 member, you:

  • Attend an orientation session;
  • Submit an application form and proof of your driving record;
  • Become a member of the cooperative and purchase a membership share (which is fully refundable should you ever leave the cooperative);
  • Agree to bide by the terms and policies of Membership Manual and other car share polices.

To sign up for an orientation session, please email GO2 Carshare or call us at (250) 877-6030.

The membership share for individuals to be a Full Member is $500. Any additional individuals residing in the same household as the Full Member may join as an Associate Member. A Associate Membership share is $250. Membership shares can be paid by cheque or cash, and a payment plan is available, so please feel free to talk to us about this option.

Download an application form (pdf), or call (250) 877-6030 or email GO2 Carshare to request one.

As part of your application form, you must provide proof of your BC Driver’s License and a Driver’s Abstract of your driving record for the past three years. You can obtain a Driver’s Abstract by calling 1-800-663-3051, or visiting the Government Agent's office at 1020 Murray Street, Smithers, between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday.

You may submit an application form and purchase your membership share before attending an orientation session but you will not become an official GO2 member and be able to book the vehicle(s) until you have attended the orientation session and your application has been approved.

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Announcements »

GO2 Carshare now has a truck!

posted 11/08/2010

GO2 Carshare is proud to announce it has added a used truck to its fleet.


GO2 Carshare wins!

posted 10/25/2010

The GO2 Carshare Cooperative is proud to announce it has won "Environmental Business of the Year".


"On a personal level, the more efficient you can be with your own vehicle, the better. Do you have a full car load of people? Are we driving our car for a one kilometer trip to the store when we could be walking or biking? Those kinds of actions collectively do have a big impact." - Dr. Michael Brauer, School of Environmental Health, UBC