MyCarYourRental Grows to 1,000 Vehicles Available for Rent

Photo by MyCarYourRental Facebook page
Photo by MyCarYourRental Facebook page

MyCarYourRental has grown to more than 1,000 vehicles available for rent. The peer-to-peer carsharing platform launched in New Zealand in February 2017.

Through the platform, car owners can list their car with MyCarYourRental and select the price and availability. When booking, users can request the vehicle and pay online.

“In the future will continue to grow and offer Kiwis a unique, safe way to rent out their cars and at the same time offer renters a different way to experience car rental and get local advice,” said CEO and founder Henrik Stovring. “With the continuous development of new features, the 1,000 listed cars are just the beginning.”

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