Baby, you can drive my car � for a few bucks.
Seeing a business opportunity in millions of cars that sit idle at office parking lots or on weekends, several start-up companies have introduced “peer-to-peer” car-sharing services aimed at matching urban dwellers without cars and car owners looking to make some extra cash.
There are about 250 million personal cars in the USA, and they’re idle an average of 22 hours a day, according to Getaround, the largest of the start-ups with about 1,500 cars, mostly in San Francisco and parts of San Diego. Its competitors include Spride Share, RelayRides and JustShareIt.
Read the entire article at: USA Today Travel
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