ReachNow Expands Service in Seattle and Portland

Source: reachnow.com
Source: reachnow.com
 BMW-owned ReachNow has expanded its fleet size and service reach. The carsharing app now covers all of Seattle to the city limits and more of Portland’s neighborhoods.

ReachNow has added new vehicles, such as the BMW X1 Sports Activity Vehicle and BMW i3, to its fleets in Portland and Seattle.

The company has also lowered the minimum age to use the service from 21 to 18.

Read more at ReachNow’s official blog: Portland/Seattle

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