iSuperdrive Offers Peer-to-Peer Platform for Luxury Vehicles

Photo courtesy of iSuperdrive.com
Photo courtesy of iSuperdrive.com

International car rental company iSuperdrive.com allows customers to rent luxury cars through local owners in the U.K. and abroad.

iSuperdrive works with a network of partners to offer vehicles from a variety of luxury brands, including Aston Martin, Mercedes, Jaguar, Bentley, BMW, McLaren, Porsche, Lamborghini, and Ferrari. Partners include HR Owen of London, Milano Luxury Rent, Dream Drives Melbourne, Paris Luxury Car, Hertz Dream Collection, and Solo Marbella.

All of us at iSuperdrive are passionate about cars and travel, so we are thrilled to be combining the two by launching a service which allows our customers to have better access to luxury cars while they explore new destinations,” said David Robertson, CEO of iSuperdrive. “We have developed a convenient, affordable, and user-friendly service that seamlessly provides added value to our customers’ experiences and can be tailored to suit their individual preferences.”

The service can be accessed via a smartphone. The website’s price comparison functionality enables customers to review multiple quotes from a selection of local suppliers, according to the company.

In addition to luxury vehicles, iSuperdrive also provides access to classic cars, chauffeur services, and driving experiences.

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