Maven is a car-sharing company under General Motors, and its newly-launched monthly service includes dedicated parking, $100 worth of gas, insurance, and the best part about all this is that there are no application or membership fees!
Do you remember Maven?
If you recall, Maven is a car-sharing company that launched last year. The team was created following GM’s acquisition of Sidecar along with its $500 million investment in Lyft. You simply have to download the Maven app on your phone, choose a car of your liking, drive it, and drop it off at the end of your period at the same location. The company offers a wide range of cars, from eco to SUVs, and the hourly rate starts at $8.
Until now, it only offered hourly and daily options for its vehicles, but now there is a brand-new monthly option called Maven Reserve, specifically heading to Los Angeles and San Francisco.
What’s included in Maven Reserve?
Designed specifically for users with long-term needs and those who want the feel of car ownership, Maven Reserve is essentially a 28-day rental. Although the price hasn’t been unveiled yet, the company says, it will vary from city to city. The first two cities to get this new service are of course, Los Angeles and San Francisco, but Maven says it will expand to other areas in the coming weeks.
In addition to the vehicle you choose, customers will also receive a dedicated parking space for the 28 days of rental as well as a personalized walk-through of the vehicle. The company says that insurance and $100 worth of gas are included in each vehicle, and the best part is that you don’t even need to pay any membership fees.
The company says that insurance and $100 worth of gas are included in each vehicle, and the best part is that you don’t even need to pay any membership fees.
Maven is now available in 17 cities across the US and Canada, and with the all-new monthly rental option, it hopes to attract even more customers.