Operations

Michigan Company Starts Chauffeur Direct Service

Posted on April 1, 2016

DETROIT -- Metro Cars, the familiar car service at Detroit Metropolitan Airport, is turning to rival Uber’s model for hailing rides to and from the airport.

The company announced Thursday it’s launched a new mobile app and Chauffeur Direct service, which lets passengers book a ride directly.

Detroit News article here

Related Topics: apps, Detroit, Detroit operators, Michigan operators, TNCs, vehicle apps

Comments ( 1 )
  • anthony

     | about 3 years ago

    Congratulations to metrocars for providing a real option to customers in michigan. The big boys nation wide should contact the company and have the service to each major city nation wide. An example would be metrocars/los angeles etc etc. This is the time to act and take the customers that are not satisfied with ubers drivers and give the customers a real transportation service. Lets take ubers technology and use it for our real business

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