Andre Haddad, CEO of Turo, an online car rental company, will rent you his personal Tesla Model X for $449 a day. That might be a small price to pay to find out if the $132,000 Model X is the right car for you before you buy one for yourself.
BMW’s ReachNow car sharing service is now available in Seattle. It has 340 BMW automobiles including i3 electric cars, 3 series sedans and MINI Coopers. Customers use a smartphone app to access the service.
Uber assigned its IP to Bermuda. As a result, less than 2% of its total revenue would be subject to taxes by the Federal government.
Deutsche Bank analysts say that autonomous cars and car sharing services will lead to more cars being sold in the US, not less. Why? Read on to find out.
A shooting of 6 people by Jason Dalton, a driver for Uber, raises concerns about the strength of background checks conducted by the company.
BMW’s car sharing service, DriveNow, is testing the waters in the city of Seattle, where it would compete with Mercedes’ Car2Go service. BMW uses i3 sedans for DriveNow duty.
The social media juggernaut Facebook is looking into the business of organizing and enabling carpools. The world’s most popular social media site has filed a patent with the intent to become a ridesharing platform for patrons of concerts, sporting events, protests, and other social events of the season. Demonstrating how people could easily organize carpools […]
General Motors is beginning its new Maven car sharing service with 21 cars in Ann Arbor, Michigan, but plans to rapidly expand in coming years.
The BlueIndy electric car sharing service has signed up 500 subscribers after only two months in operation. The average trips lasts 20 minutes and costs $4.
If you’re an Uber app user with an interest in driving Tesla’s awesome Model S luxury sedan, you can use the app to set up a test drive! (In Finland.)
A new insurance policy designed specifically for Uber and Lyft ride sharing drivers just got approved in Massachusetts, but is it a real step forward?
Blue Indy got its official start today, launching an all-electric ride sharing service in downtown Indianapolis- but do they have all their ducks in a row?