General Motors' Maven mobility brand recently launched its foray into the peer-to-peer car sharing business via Peer Cars. But, next year, it won't be just GM vehicles. Vice president of GM Urban Mobility and Maven, Julia Steyn, said Monday the brand's Peer Cars car-sharing service will add non-GM vehicles in mid-2019, Automotive News (subscription required) reported. Peer Cars allows GM vehicles owners and eligible lessees to rent out their cars when they're not in use. Like rival services, GM splits profits from the rentals 60/40. The move to include brands outside of Chevrolet, GMC, Buick...
Make extra money renting out your GM car through Maven
General Motors' Maven mobility brand will now let owners rent out their personal car. Maven announced on Tuesday that Peer Cars will launch in a handful of U.S. cities for a beta ahead of a larger rollout this fall. Peer-to-peer car sharing is best known via Turo, which allows owners to rent out...Sean Szymkowski
GM to test AirBnB-style program for cars
General Motors is positioning itself for a subscription-based future with its Maven personal mobility and car-sharing service, and its next step may set its sights on the Turo service, which is an AirBnB for cars. The automaker will reportedly launch a pilot peer-to-peer car rental service this...Sean Szymkowski