Drivy is the leading car rental marketplace in Europe. The service allows its users to rent people’s cars everywhere within walking distance of home whenever they need one: whether it is to go away for a weekend, attend a business meeting or organise a move. The service includes a comprehensive insurance coverage to ensure safe rentals. Drivy provides a full mobile experience, from booking a car to check-in and check-out, and has recently launched Drivy Open, a technology which enables people to open cars with their smartphones and carry out self-service rentals.

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Paris, France
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Rider Sharing & Car Pooling
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NC Company Overview

Drivy is an innovative car rental marketplace that allows people to rent cars from other users whenever they need one, anywhere within walking distance of where they are. It allows the user to manage everything about their booking using a mobile app or the Drivy website, from choosing and booking a car to checking in. Drivy also ensures that both the renters and car owners are fully covered by insurance included in the service. Drivy can be used to rent a car for a short trip of a few hours or for a period of a few days, and the availability of the vehicle is determined by the owner. Drivy also gives car owners a great way to make some extra money by renting out a car they own when they are not using it, with a car rented out through Drivy making its owner up to 800 euros per month. Drivy, based in Paris, France, has become part of the global car sharing network Getaround. This means that Drivy services are available in a number of countries, and it has become the leading car rental marketplace of its kind in Europe. Drivy as of April 2019 has a booking made approximately every three minutes and has had a lot of media coverage for its innovative approach to car sharing, including in Forbes, the Financial Times, and Les Echoes.

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