Starting today, freelance drivers in Los Angeles have access to Maven Gig vehicles to support all their hustles. Vehicle reservations are available through the Maven app.
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Maven now offers its first all-electric fleet of cars for use in the gig economy, making it easier for Austinites who want to get the most out of their side hustle. Today 20 Chevrolet Bolt EVs became available for freelance drivers in Austin to earn money on their own schedules. The city’s passion for tech start-ups, combined with its high concentration of college students, makes it the ideal location for Maven Gig.
You can use Maven Gig to rent a car for Uber, Lyft and delivery apps. How much does Maven Gig cost? Is it a good way to get a car?
In this article, we’re going to take a look at Maven car sharing. We’ll explore what the service is, why you should sign up for it, and how it works.
Maven, GM’s dedicated mobility wing, is launching Maven Gig on Wednesday, giving occasional gig economy workers a way to easily gain access to a vehicle for short stints to do things like deliver groceries and food on demand, and provide ride sharing services. For $229 per week, inclusive of insurance, unlimited miles, free charging and […]
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With Maven Gig, launching in LA on Thursday, city dwellers can test the waters of the gig economy without buying a car of their own.
Maven Gig provides access to your independent driving gigs, such as GrubHub, Instacart, Roadie and ridesharing services.
In anticipation of the growth of various types of freelance work over the coming years, GM will soon be expanding its carsharing service aimed at freelance workers. The service, dubbed “Maven Gig,” will reportedly launch in Los Angeles and San Francisco later this year. It’s already operational in San Diego.