Maven has a new market in Atlanta, Georgia, as General Motors officially launched the car sharing service today, February 9, 2017.
Maven’s suite of benefits invades Atlanta, including the Express Drive Program. The slow, but steady, nationwide rollout of Maven now includes 17 U.S. cities and 20,000 registered members who benefit from the car sharing service. Fuel and insurance are always covered in one flat, hourly rate. In Atlanta, prices start at $8 an hour.
Initially, 50 Maven vehicles will be available across 20 locations in the city of Atlanta, including Ponce City Market, Midtown, West Midtown, Downtown, Old Fourth Ward, Virginia-Highland, East Atlanta Village and Inman Park.
“With cars right around the corner in Atlanta’s most walkable neighborhoods, there is now a Maven vehicle to meet the many different lifestyle needs of people living in the city,” said Julia Steyn, vice president, General Motors Urban Mobility and Maven. “Atlanta’s commitment to urban mobility solutions makes it a great choice as the next Maven City car-sharing market.”
Since launching in Ann Arbor, Michigan last year, Maven has tallied 61 million miles driven by its users, with the average Maven trip covering 121 miles.