Bilkollektivet was founded 25 years ago in Oslo, making it Norway's largest and also most successful car sharing company. It is profitable for the last three years as the only one in the Norwegian market. In September, the provider counted remarkable 11,000 subscribing members (90% without owning their own car an solely relying on Bilkollektivet for car based transport)driving around the streets of Oslo and Stavanger (Norway's fourth largest city) in a total of 515 sharing cars. And the numbers of new registrations also speak for themselves: around 400-500 people have recently been registering for car sharing every month. Despite, or perhaps because of, the current crisis. After all, carsharing makes it easy for drivers to get from A to B without resorting to public transport.