Dryve Offers On-Demand Vehicle Delivery

Photo courtesy of Dryve.
Photo courtesy of Dryve.

Dryve Inc. is now providing on-demand vehicle delivery for car rental companies.

Initially launched as a car care concierge service provider app for consumers, Dryve provided car owners with the option to outsource their car care (washing, refueling, and oil change) to a concierge.

Dryve then decided to create a web-based platform where dealership operators could schedule pick-up and drop-offs for customer vehicles that need to be serviced, said Federico Malvezzi, CEO of Dryve.

With the success of this business-to-business leg of operations, Dryve is now offering its technology-driven delivery solutions to the car rental industry, according to the company.

“With Dryve’s web platform, car rental companies can now offer first-class service without any major financial investment,” said Malvezzi. “Dryve provides a way for mom-and-pop operations to compete with the key players in the industry head-to-head. We believe our service is a valuable asset for these companies because they will be able to provide something that the larger companies can’t — top notch personalized customer service with top notch service offerings.”

All vehicles delivered through Dryve’s platform can be tracked in real time. Rental companies are able to track when their vehicles will arrive to their location, according to the company.

Currently, Dryve is only available in the Los Angeles area, but it has plans to expand to more cities in the near future.

For more information or to request a free demo, visit www.dryveconcierge.com.

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