American concern General Motors plans this summer to run in test mode, the service that lets car owners rent their cars when not in use, reports Bloomberg, citing its own sources.
The new service will run on a platform belonging to the group careregular provider, Maven, which has partnered with Uber, Lyft and a courier service.
As noted Motor.ru the interest in P2P business, in addition to GM, show well as Daimler AG and Toyota. German concern in September of 2017 led the investment round in which the startup Turo offering to rent private cars, attracted $ 92 million. The Japanese were investor competitor Turo – Getaround.
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