Zoomcar Launches Doorstep Delivery

Zoomcar uses Tato Nano vehicles in its fleet. Photo via Wikimedia.
Zoomcar uses Tato Nano vehicles in its fleet. Photo via Wikimedia.

Zoomcar, an India-based carsharing service, will be unveiling its doorstep services for users before the end of the year, according to a report by NDTV Gadgets.

Using the feature through Zoomcar’s mobile app, customers can get a Zoomcar employee to drop the rental car at a specific GPS location.

This service will be an additional cost, but the company hasn’t specified the pricing yet. “We haven’t finalized the entire method yet, but from our research, it’s quite reasonable to expect that customers are willing to pay for the service,” Greg Moran, Zoomcar’s co-founder and CEO, told NDTV Gadgets.

The doorstep delivery service is planned to roll out first in Bangalore, followed after by Mumbai and Delhi by the end of the year, according to the report.

Click here for the full NDTV Gadgets report: http://gadgets.ndtv.com/apps/news/zoomcar-announces-door-step-delivery-service-to-pilot-first-in-bangalore-715105

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