Europcar Launches First-Kilometer, Last-Kilometer Service

Photo courtesy of Europcar
Photo courtesy of Europcar

In an effort to solve the first-kilometer, last-kilometer gap, Europcar announced the launch of its new Global Driver Services.

Using U.K. ride-hailing tech platform Brunel, Europcar customer will now be able to book a chauffeur for the first and last kilometer of their trips in most European countries. Customers can choose from three service levels: economy, business, and first class.

Europcar officials said the service will soon be made available in all Europcar networks.

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