http://www.leftlanenews.com - The program is intended to be used by drivers for Uber, Lyft, GrubHub and other services.
http://gmauthority.com - As Maven ramps up its service in The Big Apple, and continues to launch in major cities all around the United States, it’s becoming clear to everybody that General Motors isn’t just dipping its toes into the car sharing business. It’s planning on disrupting the industry.
http://media.gm.com - Baltimoreans and visitors to the city can now access new cars on demand for hourly or daily rates through Maven’s seamless mobile app. Maven, General Motors’ personal mobility brand, is expanding its offerings in Baltimore from the Lyft Express Drive program to now include Maven City car sharing.
http://www.leftlanenews.com - GM's mobility subsidiary Maven is now live in Baltimore, giving customers access to several GM vehicles placed around town starting at just $8/hour. Vehicles as small as the Chevrolet Cruze and as large as the Chevrolet Tahoe are available, and no subscription fees are required.
http://insideevs.com - General Motors’ Maven continues to tweak its service, and is now offering a monthly service called Maven Reserve. The car sharing division reports that, thus far, the Chevrolet Volt is among its most popular vehicles.
http://www.goauto.com.au - GM’s Maven car-sharing service set to enter Australia via the back door at Holden.
http://mashable.com - The battle to bring car ride-sharing, electric vehicle support and autonomy to the world will be fought a city at a time. Cities have the local knowledge, they’re “the landlords for the environment,” said Peter Kosak, GM’s executive director of urban mobility programs. Kosak is at South by Southwest in Austin, TX, to convince almost two-dozen U.S. mayors to adopt GM’s 1-year-old Maven ride-sharing service.
http://www.thecarconnection.com - Back in January, General Motors and Cadillac launched a monthly car-sharing service called BOOK. Users pay $1,500 per month, and in exchange they receive access to an array of Cadillac vehicles, including the XT5, CT6, Escalade, and V Series.
http://www.fool.com - General Motors' car-sharing subsidiary, Maven, is launching a new deluxe car-share service that allows members to get full use of a Chevrolet vehicle for up to 28 days, complete with insurance, $100 worth of gas, and – something that could be very valuable in certain cities – a parking space. The new Maven Reserve service is available now in Los Angeles and San Francisco and will soon roll out in other US cities. On the surface, it's similar to the BOOK car-subscription program launched a few months ago by GM's luxury brand, Cadillac.
http://www.digitaltrends.com - Starting in Los Angeles and San Francisco, General Motors is expanding the Maven hourly rental program to include monthly rentals in a program called Reserve. Maven plans to add other cities with Maven Reserve availability as need warrants.