People within a 50-mile radius of Baltimore can now purchase a car online and take it for a spin as soon as the next day.

Carvana, an online platform for buying used cars, announced Wednesday it's launching in Baltimore. The company has more than 7,000 vehicles available on its website, which have all been inspected. After delivery, customers have a seven-day, money-back guarantee.

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"Baltimore has emerged as a tech-forward city," Ernie Garcia, founder and CEO of Carvana, said in a statement. "It makes sense to give Baltimore residents an alternative to the antiquated dealership sales process and meet them where they're making their purchases: online."

The company operates in 36 markets across the country, and has delivered cars in 48 states.

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