Alliance means more drive-for-hire earning opportunities in Madison area
LOS ANGELES, CA AND MADISON, WI, OCTOBER 5, 2017 – HyreCar, the low cost, low commitment online car rental service, and RideAlfred, the personal chauffeur app that exclusively uses luxury vehicles and professional drivers, today announced a partnership to offer vehicles to drivers in the Madison area. By opening HyreCar’s vehicle inventory to the Madison market, people who wish to earn money as drivers, but lack a qualifying vehicle, can now drive for RideAlfred and other ride-sharing and delivery services.
HyreCar brings the on-demand economy and the gig economy together by offering a marketplace that lets vehicle owners earn money on idle vehicles while providing flexible top-quality options for drivers wishing to earn money driving for ride sharing and delivery companies. Drivers can rent by the day, week or month and rentals are open to drivers 21 years and older.
“We’re very pleased to be working with RideAlfred and to begin offering vehicles to drivers in the Madison area,” said Joe Furnari, CEO of HyreCar. “What’s especially exciting about this is that RideAlfred’s focus on the high end market means substantial earning opportunities for drivers in the area that simply wouldn’t have been possible without access to the right car.”
RideAlfred is unique because it is the only app on the market that allows drivers and passengers to choose each other and build an ongoing relationship. The service lets customers book a professional driver and high-end car on an hourly basis or flat-rate for certain trips, such as airport and city-to-city runs.
“Peer-to-peer rentals such as those offered by HyreCar are especially important for us, because many who want to drive for us don’t have a car that meets our high standards,” said Josh Massey, CEO of RideAlfred. “By working with HyreCar, we can bring more drivers onto our service because those drivers will now have access to top quality vehicles with as little as a few hours notice.”
HyreCar currently operates in 28 U.S. states, with new markets opening regularly.