Gig works with cities to arrange special parking and free-floating car share agreements. Members can pick up a car in one place and end their trip in another. We call the areas where Gig trips can end HomeZones. We have zones in Seattle, Sacramento, and the Bay Area. You can reserve a car, unlock it and drive it as long as you want, just make sure you end your trip in the original HomeZone. If you’re not ready to end your trip, you can always choose, “Park and Come Back.” Even though we have special super parking permits for some cities, there are still restrictions. You can not park a car in a:
- handicap spot
- no-parking spot
- private or city lot
- any place with street sweeping, city services, or events in the next 12 hours.
- Sacramento residential spaces with red signs (if the street signs are red, keep looking).
All Gigs must begin and end trips in the original HomeZone. You are not allowed to take a Gig and end the trip from one HomeZone to a different HomeZone. For example, taking a Hybrid Gig from the Bay Area and ending the trip in Sacramento, or taking an Electric Gig from Sacramento and ending the trip in Bay Area. If you get a ticket within 12 hours of parking your Gig you will be held responsible. If you are towed or impounded, you will be charged a fine.