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Maven Gig, GM’s try to interrupt into the gig economic system by providing Chevrolet Bolt EV leases to drivers for rent, landed in Los Angeles this week. The service started in San Diego and San Francisco, and now GM plans on increasing it to different main cities like Boston, Phoenix, Washington, D.C., Baltimore, and Detroit by fall 2017.

Maven Gig is a car-sharing system that permits its customers to borrow a automobile for ridesharing and supply companies. If you’re working for HopSkipDrive, GrubHub, Instacart, Roadie, or are a contract driver for ride-hailing companies like Uber or Lyft, you now not should personal your individual automobile.

After paying an preliminary membership charge, Maven Gig customers can lease a Chevrolet Bolt to earn money delivering items or selecting up fares. The Maven Gig consumer saves the trouble of proudly owning a automobile (washing, repairs, maintenance, and many others) whereas earning money utilizing one.

Maven Metropolis automobile sharing and Maven Gig are actually mixed on a single app. Drivers can see what automobiles can be found in addition to their pricing and placement. Reserving automobiles and arranging pickup instances is finished by means of the app.

The all-electric 2017 Bolt EV has an EPA-Estimated 238-mile vary. Thus far, Maven Gig Bolt EVs have coated 1.four million miles in California since February of 2017 and have saved about 50,000 gallons of fuel, based on the corporate. Presently, there are 100 Bolt EVs obtainable in Los Angeles and GM plans on doubling that quantity by the top of 2017.

Supply: GM

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