Hubber Brings Car Sharing to LAX, San Francisco Airports

Hubber will allow incoming passengers to rent from an inventory of airport parked vehicles listed by members.

Members who register their vehicle with Hubber will be able to park for free at a nearby airport parking lot contracted by Hubber, and receive a free car wash, fuel service and a percentage of rental revenue based on rental rates set by the car sharing service.

“We even include curbside service, zero lines, and all insurance and vehicle extras included to offer a better experience than traditional car rental companies at a more competitive price,” said Paul Davis, founder and president of Hubber.

Hubber teamed up with Abrams Consulting Group Inc., a consulting firm for the global auto rental and car sharing industries, to help build Hubber’s business model.

Additional major domestic airports will be added throughout 2013 and 2014.

The company’s website is at www.drivehubber.com.

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