Instacar Releases Digital Platform

Photo courtesy of Instacar.
Photo courtesy of Instacar.

Instacar launched a new mobile app for iOS and Android platforms that allow members to make reservations and select locations for pick up.

According to the company, it took more than 12 months to develop the platform using UAE technology resources. Instacar also plans to market the platform to other car rental companies in the region.

Instacar currently operate 30 locations across Dubai. Rental cars are available daily starting at $36 or hourly starting at $5, including fuel, insurance, and maintenance.

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