Ride with Fiat: the international “Fiat Likes U” project is also in Slovenia

‘Fiat Likes U’ is an international partnership between the University of Ljubljana, and the Fiat Chrysler Automobiles corporation and Avto Triglav, its representative for Slovenia. It provides the students of the University of Ljubljana free sharing of Fiat vehicles and transfer of knowledge between the University of Ljubljana and Fiat experts in the form of lectures and visit to the factory.

Between 6 October and 14 December, 2015, every student of the University of Ljubljana will be able to rent the Fiat vehicles free of charge.

Participation in the ‘Fiat Likes U’ project is simple:

1. Visit the website fiatlikesu.eu;
2. Register and select the vehicle available;
3. Book the vehicle and you’re done!

You can pick up your keys with the Fiat’s ambassador – Melvin Kapo, a student of the University of Ljubljana; at the Faculty of Law at 14:00 on the day of your booking in the main hall at the Faculty entrance. You can use the vehicle on any business day for 23 hours, and for the whole weekend from Friday to Monday.

The ‘Fiat Likes U’ project is intended for the young, who are increasingly more aware of their social and environmental responsibility and the meaning of sustainable mobility. Fiat offers vehicles with low fuel consumption, low maintenance costs, which are affordable, while they also embody the typical Italian design and technological perfection.

The University of Ljubljana is one of the 16 high education institutions in Europe, which joined the ‘Fiat Likes U’ project. So far, the success of the project can be measured in numbers: more than 3,000 bookings, more than 500,000 kilometres, numerous YouTube videos, and more than 100,000 visits to the website.

For more information visit the project’s Facebook page or the web site www.fiatlikesu.eu.

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