To date, no mobility flat rate has yet been defined. The principle involved is that of a lump-sum price. Vehicle manufacturers or rental car companies provide a passenger car for this purpose. Frequently, the user may even switch to other models during the term of this arrangement. This lump sum includes the cost of insurance, taxation, or repairs, but does not include the cost of gasoline. In contrast to leasing arrangements, no down payment is involved. Helsinki operates a mobility flat-rate scheme in an extended sense. In the Finnish capital, MaaS is available at a fixed price. Depending on the package, mass transit, rental bikes, rental cars, and even taxi journeys are included.