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GM launches Maven car-sharing service in Baltimore

GM launches Maven car-sharing service in Baltimore

General Motors launched its Maven car-sharing service in Baltimore on Wednesday with a fleet of 40 Chevrolets and GMCs that can be rented at 20 locations in the city.

The service, already available in more than a dozen cities including Washington and New York, uses a mobile application to display the make, model and pricing of the available cars at lots around the city. Users submit a credit card and driver's license information, and the app uses Bluetooth to let them unlock and start the reserved cars.

GM's Maven service joins a crowded car-sharing economy on the streets of Baltimore. It will compete with traditional car-rental companies, taxis, ride-share companies Uber and...

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