DRIVEMYCAR EXPANDS INTO MELBOURNE AIRPORT

DRIVEMYCAR EXPANDS INTO MELBOURNE AIRPORT
DRIVEMYCAR, a sharing economy startup by Collaborate Corporation (ASX: CL8), has moved into Melbourne Airport.

The car rental service will now operate a pick up and storage facility on the premises, situated at the former Europcar site and close to the Tullamarine Freeway.

Pick up and return services will be available from 7am to 10pm every day, with a free shuttle operating between the airport and the Easy Airport Parking site.

Another point of note is the current 7-day minimum rental period will be reduced to 4 days for Melbourne airport pickups.

The lower cost model will make it easier for corporate fleet owners to rent their vehicles. Meanwhile, individuals on the ManageMyCar waiting list will be the first able to rent out their vehicles.

"Our relationship with Easy Airport Parking delivers what our customers have been asking for a convenient airport location with extended pick up times, 4-day rentals, the ManageMyCar service and a suitable location for corporate fleet vehicles," says Chris Noone, CEO of Collaborate Corporation.

In addition, DriveMyCar has launched its first 'Dealer Rental' service in partnership with LDV Vans at Parramatta Auto Centre where vans can be rented for $59 per day, compared to over $100 per day for older vans through other rental companies.



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