Daimler has announced today that they have successfully completed the first internal phase of their smart car2go program in Ulm, Germany. For those of you unfamiliar with car2go, it's a sort of communal car-sharing program. After a one-time free registration, those participating in car2go have access to a fleet of smart fortwos parked across the city. Drivers simply use a card reader to gain access to the smart, and upon operation, pay 19 euro cents per minute of use (which includes tax, mileage, fuel and insurance). There's also rates by the hour or day: 9.9 euros per hour, and 49 euros per day. When the user is finished operating the smart, it can be returned to any parking spot inside the car2go coverage area.