GM will rent the Chevy Bolt to Uber and Lyft drivers

Maven, General Motors’ car-sharing spinoff, is launching a new product aimed at drivers in the gig economy. For $229 a week, someone who’s interested in driving for Uber, Lyft, Instacart, GrubHub, or a handful of other on-demand services, but doesn’t own a vehicle, can rent a Chevy Bolt through a new service called Maven Gig.
The weekly price includes insurance, maintenance, and electric vehicle charging. Maven is officially partnering with Uber, Lyft, GrubHub, Instacart, and Roadie, but expects that list to grow over time. The program is live in San Diego and will launch in San Francisco and Los Angeles later this year. [Read more here...]


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