On November 28, General Motors announced their new Maven Peer-to-Peer Car Sharing program. Maven is a car sharing app that allows users to rent a car hourly or daily. It also allows users to list their car for rent and earn money. Unlike other car sharing services like Zipcar, there is no annual fee.
Maven vehicles come with many useful features. It allows users to unlock the car with their smartphones. Maven cars also come with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Cars listed on the app are 2015 models or newer.
This new peer-to-peer service is now available in 17 major cities.
For those listing their car, Maven offers 1-million-dollar liability coverage. This is a way for Buick, Cadillac, GMC, and Chevrolet owners to earn money when they’re not using their vehicles. Maven approves and vets drivers before allowing them to rent a car.
With over 160,000 members on the app, there are plenty of options for users. Maven has a five-star rating on their app. To sign up, download the app here.
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