Wheelz Announces Expansion Plans for 2013

The Stanford Daily reported Jan. 24 the car sharing service Wheelz is looking to expand throughout the United States in 2013.

Currently, Wheelz rents out personal cars to community members at eight college campuses in California. Wheelz also moved its head office to Los Angeles, Calif. from San Francisco, Calif.

The exact cities have not been determined, but Wheelz founder and CEO Jeff Miller said the company is well positioned to add new locations.

View the full article from The Stanford Daily by clicking on the URL:
http://www.stanforddaily.com/2013/01/24/car-sharing-service-wheelz-to-expand-nationally/


Related news: Wheelz Launches Car Sharing Service in San Francisco

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