Uber Strikes Deals With Toyota, GM To Lower Costs For Drivers

Posted on November 25, 2013

Ultimately, Uber knows that the only way to deal with that demand is to sign up more drivers. And one way to do that is by ensuring that they’ll have a car to drive if they’ve been approved for the Uber platform. article here

Related Topics: business partnerships, finance, fleet financing, General Motors, mobile applications, mobile technology, Toyota, Travis Kalanick, Uber, vehicle apps

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