I am a big fan of cycle sharing plan velib in Paris. However, on our next trip to Paris I will be traveling with company, where cycling is not an option. I just learned of the existence of auto lib', which is quite similar to velib, but with electric cars. Their plans seems reasonable.
However, one of the disadvantages of velib is that at times finding a drop off point with available slots, can be a challenge. I wonder how this is with auto lib'. At the velib' stands there are maps showing nearby drop off points.
I wonder how this works with auto lib'. I guess getting out of your car to read a panel, while you block the street because of the lack of parking space is not really advisable.
More general, does autolib' cater tourists, or is it more for the "riverains"?