Drivy to Launch Carsharing Service in the UK

French peer-to-peer carsharing service Drivy has launched in London, according to a report by Tech Crunch. It then plans to expand across the U.K. throughout 2018.

Drivy raised $35 million to expand in Europe, says the report.

Founded in France in 2010, Drivy currently has 1.5 million users in France, Germany, Spain, Austria, and Belgium.

Click here for the full Tech Crunch report.

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