Revv Launches Service in Chandigarh

Revv's self-drive car rental service has expanded to Chandigarh in northern India. Photo via Fernando Stankuns/Flickr
Revv's self-drive car rental service has expanded to Chandigarh in northern India. Photo via Fernando Stankuns/Flickr

Revv, an Indian-based self-drive car rental service, has expanded to Chandigarh in northern India, according to a report by the Siasat Daily.

Revv will offer a fleet of 25 cars in Chandigarh, including sedans, hatchbacks, and SUVs, says the report. This new location is part of Revv’s expansion in the northern Indian market.

Revv provides customers with doorstep delivery of cars for every booking, according to the report.

“After witnessing high repeat-usage and positive customer feedback on the innovations from our existing operational cities, we ventured into Chandigarh because we can foresee an enormous potential in the car rental segment of the city,” Anupam Agarwal, co-founder and CEO of Revv, told the Siasat Daily.

Founded in July 2015, in Delhi, India, Revv's self-drive car rental service is also available in Hyderabad and Bangalore.

Click here for the full Saisat Daily report. 

Comments

  1. Sahil Arora [ August 8, 2016 @ 03:47AM ]

    The best is Myles. Revv is overcharging in the name of Maintainance charge of 1.5/km, for the sake of giving unlimited km's option. Apart from that, it's workable. Myles, ont he other hand, has no such policy and gives out Unlimited km's as standard inclusions.

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