Rideshare Rental Startup Expands In New York And Wisconsin
JANUARY 22, 2018
The company, which is in 29 states, is growing — it added New York City and Madison, Wisconsin, to its roster of cities in 2017. Beyond TLC-plated cars, the company also provides renters with the ability to run luxury cars so they can drive for Uber Black or Lyft Premier — as well as niche players like RideAlfred , which provides professional black car drivers in Wisconsin. Many, but not all, cars meet Uber and Lyft’s standards.