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Sharing economy growing as Holden's Maven Gig turns one

Holden's car-sharing service aimed at gig-economy drivers, Maven, is celebrating its first anniversary on Australian roads. At the moment, the service – which has a number of different forms overseas – is limited to 'gig-economy' drivers looking for flexible leasing terms with insurance, scheduled servicing, roadside assistance and no kilometre limits...

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  General Motors says the popular conception that millennials are not interested in owning a car, or have no desire to get their driver's licence, is a media myth that holds little relevance when put up against its own internal data...


Holden launches Maven Gig ride-sharing brand with Uber
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Holden launches Maven Gig ride-sharing brand with Uber

General Motors (GM), parent of Holden, has this week launched its car-sharing sub-brand Maven in Australia. Dubbed 'Maven Gig', the service allows drivers to get on the road quickly and join the rising gig economy - which includes various ride-sharing and food delivery services such as UberX and UberEats...


GM launches Maven car sharing service in the US
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GM launches Maven car sharing service in the US

General Motors has launched a new car sharing service, Maven, in the United States. At launch Maven will be restricted to just 21 parking spots around the city of Ann Arbor, around 65 kilometres west of Detroit, Michigan. As with other car sharing services, Maven allows members to hire cars by the hour via a smartphone app...