The Story Of Self Drive Car Rentals Startup Drivezy

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Drivezy offers peer-to-peer bike and car-sharing services in India. Drivezy’s vehicle sharing marketplace is a strategic and efficient alternative to outright vehicle purchases for consumers. Drivezy’s marketplace allows individual vehicle owners to list their idle cars, motorcycles, and scooters and turn them into profit-generating assets by renting the vehicles to customers at a fraction of the cost required to purchase a vehicle. Customers can also rent a car or a two-wheeler from Drivezy on an hourly, daily, weekly, and monthly basis.

The Drivezy uses the owners’ ideal cars and bikes and makes them part of the company and earning when they are not using the bikes or cars. The individual owners and commercial vehicles also registering with the start-up to make money in leaser times. Over 600 owners have partnered with the company to list 880 cars in five cities and 250 two-wheelers in Bengaluru.

The company initially started its services in Bengaluru then started giving the best services to Mumbai, Mysore, Pune, Goa, and Mangalore. Among all the cars, the Drivezy is having only 10 percent of cars owned by them remaining the lease takes all.





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