Starting and finishing a reservation period at EuroAirport Basel or Geneva Airport attracts a flat-rate fee of CHF 10 in addition to the journey rate.
Contact our 24h Service Center immediately on +41 848 824 000. They will propose an alternative parking space to you.
Catch-Cars may be parked inside the Catch-Car zone in all parking spaces where a local residents’ parking permit is required.
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The Catch-Car can be reserved for a maximum of eight hours in advance. During this period, the parking rate of CHF 0.24/min is charged. The night-time parking rate from Monday to Friday (00.00h to 06.00h) is only CHF 0.10/min.
After registering on our website you will receive the membership card by post within two working days. If you already hold a SwissPass and you would like to drive off immediately, please contact our 24h Service Center 0848 824 000 after your registration. This "drive off immediately" option is possible from Monday to Saturday between 08:00 and 21:00 and Sunday between 09:30 and 18:30.
Please contact our 24h Service Center on +41 848 824 000.
Open the member portal. Underneath the log-in window you will see the link “PIN code forgotten”. This enables you to have your PIN code sent to your mobile phone by e-mail or text message. On the member portal you can also change your personal details.
You do not have to worry about this - we make sure all cars are filled up on a regular basis. If it does happen that you need fuel, there is of course no charge to you. Send us the receipt by post to our address in Lucerne (Catch a Car AG, Gütschstrasse 2, Postfach, 6000 Luzern 7) or by e-mail to email@example.com. We will credit the amount to your member account.
Five exclusive, signposted parking spaces are available to Catch a Car members on the Swiss side of EuroAirport. These are located opposite the entrance driveway to car park S2, on the through road and therefore immediately adjacent to the airport terminal.
By car: The parking spaces are situated in the opposite of the Geneva Arena. You have to access them from below and behind the building. Please watch our video with a detailed description. Please follow the signage for Palexpo Arena, then CFF Fret Cargo, further Les Galerie (Airport Shopping) and finally follow the signage for P33.
On foot: TPG-stop „Arena-Halle7“, bus number 5, 28, Y. Please pass the tunnel for pedestrians towards the train station CFF and walk towards Migros in the Shopping Center. If you are in front of Migros, exit the shopping center on your right. Follow the signage for P CFF. After around 70 meters you see the location of Mobility. There, right in front of the cashier of the parking, you take the elevator or the stairs to the second floor, where the Catch a Car parking spaces are situated.
No. Your journeys are generelly not limited, but a journey must be ended in the city where you started it.
Catch a Car traces the perpetrator and informs the police. You will receive details directly from the police. Catch a Car charges a processing fee of CHF 10.
You are required to report the damage immediately to the 24h Service Center on +41 848 824 000.
You will find a detailed checklist and the relevant documents in the logbook, which is kept in the glove compartment of every Catch-Car.
The general rule is:
Secure the scene of the accident (turn on hazard lights, put up warning triangle)
Remove injured persons from the danger area and administer first aid (there is a first aid kit in the car)
Inform the Police: Tel. 117
The accident must be reported immediately to the 24h Service Center on +41 848 824 000.
Catch a Car does not offer permanently installed children's seats. For this reason, we advise members to use their own child seat or booster seat. There is enough space for two children's seats on the back seat of a Catch-Car.
Journeys abroad are permitted within the countries covered by the insurance. Special insurance such as the European green card must be taken out by member themselves. When driving the vehicle abroad, members themselves are responsible for complying with statutory vehicle regulations and other equipment requirements of the country in question.