GM Testing Car-Sharing App Program

Posted on October 2, 2015

GM’s  GM 2.09%  biggest threat may no longer be big Japanese carmakers like Toyota.

The automaker is launching a pilot project for residents of the Ritz Plaza apartments in Times Square, offering them the ability to rent GM cars by the hour, relieving these Manhattan residents of the burden of owning a car one of the most densely-packed locations in the world, according to a report in Bloomberg News.

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