GM Maven service to bring 'Gig' car-sharing program to Baltimore

Wednesday, 15 November 2017, 02:36:20 PM. General Motors’ car-sharing service, Maven, is bringing its “Maven Gig” option — which allows users to rent cars for freelance driving jobs such as ride-share or delivery — to Baltimore.
General Motors’ car-sharing service, Maven, is bringing its “Maven Gig” option — which allows users to rent cars for freelance driving jobs such as ride-share or delivery — to Baltimore. The service, which can be found in the Maven app, allows drivers to rent one of four kinds of vehicles for a flat weekly rate that includes insurance and gas. “Maven Gig can be summed up in four words: ‘Our car, your hustle,’” said Amanda Khera, GM Maven’s city general manager for Baltimore. The new service is an extension of the original Maven City, which is similar to Zipcar and allows users to rent GM cars by the hour or day. The app-based service has no membership or application fees and allows cars to be reserved in advance and paid for with a credit card. Colin Campbell General Motors launched its Maven car-sharing service in Baltimore on Wednesday with a fleet of 40 Chevrolets and GMCs that can be rented at 20 locations in the city. The service, already available in more than a dozen cities including Washington and New York, uses a mobile application to display... General Motors launched its Maven car-sharing service in Baltimore on Wednesday with a fleet of 40 Chevrolets and GMCs that can be rented at 20 locations in the city. The service, already available in more than a dozen cities including Washington and New York, uses a mobile application to display... (Colin Campbell) Cars, which are parked in lots around the city, are unlocked and started with the app via Bluetooth. Maven Gig...Read more
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