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GM Launches Carsharing Service “Maven” In San Francisco

GM has now launched its carsharing platform, known as “Maven,” in San Francisco, California. As a result, those interested in renting GM vehicles (including the Chevy Volt plug-in hybrid/PHEV) in San Francisco can now do so for $8 an hour (or $14 for SUVs). These GM/Maven vehicles can be found at 30 different sites spread throughout [&hellip GM Launches Carsharing Service “Maven” In San Francisco was originally published on CleanTechnica.
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