Legislators asked questions and heard from representatives from all companies. - Photo via Pxhere.

Legislators asked questions and heard from representatives from all companies.

Photo via Pxhere.

Officials from the car rental industry, auto insurance, and the carsharing industry appeared before the Kentucky General Assembly's Interim Joint Committee on Banking and Insurance to discuss regulations on carsharing apps.

According to River City News, Turo and Avail, owned by Allstate, proposed regulations regarding insurance and consumer protection. Enterprise Holdings representatives cited concerns that the proposed legislation doesn't ensure carsharing platforms abide by the same regulations and pay the same taxes as traditional car rental companies.

Legislators asked questions and heard from representatives from all companies.

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