Previously, only U.S. licensed drivers could rent from DriveShare.

Previously, only U.S. licensed drivers could rent from DriveShare.

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Hagerty, an organization for enthusiast vehicles and owners, has expanded its DriveShare by Hagerty program to allow rentals to licensed international drivers visiting the U.S.  

Launched in 2017, DriveShare is a peer-to-peer carsharing service. Previously, only U.S. licensed drivers could rent from DriveShare. Now international drivers will automatically receive liability and physical damage coverage as part of the rental fees, according to the company.  

"This is great news for international business and pleasure travelers coming to the U.S. and something we've been wanting to offer for a long time now," said Steve Haas, senior manager of DriveShare operations. "They now have the ability to enhance their visit by renting and driving a fantastic array of cool cars, trucks, and SUVs."

Currently, DriveShare offers more than 2,000 vehicles across the U.S., from classic cars and trucks to modern muscle cars, luxury vehicles, and SUVs. Drivers can plan their trip online at or by using Hagerty's free Android or iOS apps.

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