The revenue increase was driven primarily by a higher net revenue margin associated with two new subscription tiers launched in the second quarter.
The newly remodeled space is a reflection of the brand, which strives to bring luxury and modern convenience to the car rental industry.
“NM Go!” expands and enhances regional transportation options by providing a flexible public transportation alternative to commuters who are not currently served by fixed route service, those working outside of fixed route schedules or those with longer commutes – typically exceeding 20 miles each way.
The announcement comes on the heels of the British Columbian government's recent approval of regulations, licensing, and insurance measures for ride-hailing companies.
Management will host an investor conference call at 2 p.m. PDT Wednesday to discuss HyreCar's second quarter 2019 financial results, provide a corporate update, and conclude with Q&A from participants.
The new program allows corporations to use virtual payment solutions for travel spend, starting with hotel bookings and extending to airfare and ground transportation.
Go Rentals joins a prestigious list of FTG Brand Officials, handpicked for their standards of service within luxury hospitality.
The bill, which passed the General Assembly unanimously last month, makes impersonating a ride-hailing driver a crime, among other provisions.
Net loss for Q2 2019 was $644 million vs. a net loss of $179 million in the same period of 2018.
The show will focus on business models, income opportunities, and the continual changing future of mobility.
Under the new price plan, which begins next month, rates will now be determined by time, location, and day.
The cap was originally implement last August, in an effort to address growing traffic congestion in the city, as a one-year ban on new vehicle licenses.