Singapore Peer-to-Peer Rental Company Opens in Shanghai

PPzuche.com, a Singapore-based peer-to-peer car rental company, has launched its long-term rental service in Shanghai, according to a report by Shanghai Daily.

The rental service allows users to rent vehicles from private car owners for up to six months, according to the report. In the past, PPzuche’s rental service was only for a couple of days or even hours.

Eddy Zhang, chief executive and founder of PPzuche, told the Shanghai Daily that the new service will target business executives and companies — customers with proven records of good credit.

Click here for the full Shanghai Daily report. 

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