Their head office was located at Pape and Danforth.
At its peak, DashCar had a fleet of 14 cars, mostly sub-compact, located in convenient parking lots within the boundaries of the Old City of Toronto.
Liz Reynolds innovated on the AutoShare model, migrating from paper records, to smart card activation and entry/exit of the cars.
She tried to get expansion money, but found it difficult, despite her understanding of the potential of car sharing tied to Condominium Ownership, and new technology.
DashCar enventually folded.
With the entry of rival Zipcar into the market, many of her ideas were proven true.