Revv Expands Carsharing to South India

Revv, an Indian-based carsharing service, has expanded to the city of Hyderabad in southern India. Photo via Wikimedia.
Revv, an Indian-based carsharing service, has expanded to the city of Hyderabad in southern India. Photo via Wikimedia.

Revv, an Indian-based carsharing service, has expanded to Hyderabad in southern India with a fleet of 50 cars, according to a report by The Hindu.

Revv is offering customers doorstep delivery of cars anywhere in the city, even for hourly rentals, says the report.

The company is also planning to launch its service in Bengaluru within the next few weeks, according to the report.

Founded in July 2015, in Delhi, India, Revv is operated by Karan Jain and Anupam Agarwal.

Click here for the full Hindu report.

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