The service enables drivers to pick up and drop off vehicles anywhere within designated home zones, providing maximum convenience, and flexibility for users.
While other carsharing firms have exited Philadelphia, Zipcar is “doubling down” on its commitment to the city.
For both carsharing operators and users, the MOQO platform can digitally map all processes necessary for sharing.
At the end of 2020, Bilkollektivet partnered with the Aachen-based mobility service provider Digital Mobility Solutions to use the innovative smart app MOQO.
Turo is using Smartcar’s APIs in a pilot program that offers secure keyless rentals to its customers in Canada. Other Canadian customers include Pitstop and ACE Marketplace.
This app will provide opportunity for Tasmanians to make their vehicles available to visitors, subject to meeting vehicle requirements and checks.
Trov is also offering a new program in which over 70 million data points such as vehicle, driver, and road data help fleets to monitor, manage, and mitigate risk in real time.
Beginning in January, Turo will allow listings in New York from members of the commercial host program — independent car rental companies that provide their own insurance and are registered with the state.
The board cited financial pressures from COVID-19 as an aggravating factor.
Members are expected to surpass one million miles of driving in the Seattle area by the end of 2020.
The capital will enable Envoy to continue expansion throughout the United States.
The Denver City Council recently approved a $36,500 contract with peer-to-peer carsharing app Turo.
Customers can choose from 13 different types of vehicles, including Fiat 500s, Peugeot 308s, Toyota Corollas, Nissan Qashqais and Soviet-era Ladas.
As part of Udrive’s safe travel initiative in partnership with the Roads and Transport Authority Dubai, Department of Transport Abu Dhabi, and Sharjah Municipality, the company revamped its customer service technology with the release of additional smart solutions that would enable a safe, affordable, and hassle-free service for all its riders.
The Miami-based exotic car rental company has a peer-to-peer sharing program for individual owners of exotic cars to list their vehicles through the MPH platform. If the car rents, the owner and MPH splits the profits.