DropCar, provider of app-based maintenance and logistics services for automotive industry clients and consumers, formally announced the deployment of its Mobility Cloud fleet services with General Motors’ car sharing brand Maven in Baltimore, Maryland. The Maven team now leverages DropCar’s Mobility Cloud in five markets including: New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Washington D.C. and Baltimore.
According to CEO Spencer Richardson, ”We are very excited to continue working side-by-side with Maven as a trusted partner for vehicle movements and logistical support through our mobility software and concierge services, as they roll-out Maven into key US markets.”
”Starting in New York City in 2017, Maven fleet managers have utilized DropCar’s Mobility Cloud platform to easily schedule and track valet pickup and drop-off of vehicles for everything from fleet balancing, cleaning, refueling maintenance and delivery of new Maven cars – all critical to customer satisfaction,” added David Newman, DropCar’s Chief Business Development Officer.
Launched in 2016, GM Maven is a shared vehicle marketplace. Maven’s versatile software and operational platform provides members with seamless access to car sharing through an app, for both personal and commercial use. In just two-and-a-half-years, Maven has attracted nearly 200,000 members in 20 cities worldwide (US, Canada, and Australia), and provides access to thousands of Maven vehicles through Maven Gig, which provides a fleet of vehicles to Uber and Lyft drivers, as well as its new Peer-to-Peer Car Sharing Program recently announced which Maven is rolling out into 10 cities across the US by the end of 2018.