A Seattle man protested a car share vehicle that was left without any permission at his duplex. So he created a fence around it. Dan Smith tells KIRO-TV he doesn’t have even an idea who stopped the car2go Mercedes May 17, yet it wasn’t one of his occupants. By the following day, he had raised the fence, keeping other people from using the vehicle.
He needs Share Now, the organization that works car2go, to pay $65 every day away expenses, $300 for the fence and up to $500 for “harassment charges.”
The organization says it has been unfit to expel the vehicle due to the fence. Its approach requires clients who park in unapproved territories to pay any towing and ticketing charges. The organization says it doesn’t endure having its vehicles held for the payoff.