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GM owners can make money off their Buicks with Maven car-sharing service

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The typical American driver spends no more than an hour a day behind the wheel, effectively paying to let that vehicle sit idle most of the day, when they could be making $500 or more a month on it, according to General Motors. 

GM makes major play to combat mobility startups

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - General Motors has started trialing Peer Cars, a peer-to-peer (P2P) car-sharing service, in Chicago, Detroit, and Ann Arbor, according to TechCrunch. Peer Cars, which is available through GM's Maven car-sharing mobile application, allows customers to pick up cars from other GM owners and use them for a specified time period.

GM just unveiled a new way for customers to make money off their car

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - GM said on Tuesday it will let certain car owners rent their vehicles out on the Maven network to earn money.  The program is still in beta, but is currently available in Chicago, Detroit, and Ann Arbor, Michigan.

GM will let car owners share their vehicles to make money: Maven service expanded

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - GM's mobility unit, Maven, is testing a new peer-to-peer car sharing offering through the Maven app in Ann Arbor, Mich., Detroit and Chicago. People who own or lease late-model Chevrolet, Buick, GMC or Cadillac cars can now make money off their vehicles.       

Maven Platform Lets GM Owners Share Cars, Earn Money

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Maven expands its car-sharing platform to include a peer-to-peer offering that enables owners and eligible lessees to earn money by renting their personal Chevrolet, Buick, GMC or Cadillac car or truck model year 2015 and newer to driving members. The service is available now in beta in Chicago, Detroit and Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Maven’s ‘Peer Cars’: Your Mobility Future Is Someone Else’s Ride

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - A pilot project we discussed months ago is now up and running in Detroit, Ann Arbor, and Chicago. Launched by General Motors’ Maven ride-sharing arm, the new peer-to-peer service goes beyond the existing fleet of GM-owned vehicles (which Maven users can rent for varying periods) and into the realm of the privately-owned car.