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Turo expands its ‘Airbnb for cars’ beyond North America and into the U.K.

After seven years in business, peer-to-peer (P2P) car-sharing network Turo is today launching in the U.K., the company’s first market outside of North America. Founded out of Boston as RelayRides in 2009, before moving its HQ to San Francisco a year later, Turo follows a model similar to other so-called “sharing economy” companies such as […]
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