The team behind HyreCar boasts having pioneered the bridge between car-sharing and rid-esharing, creating a more connected world and fostering opportunity where it was previously unavailable.
Drivers and vehicle owners alike can utilize HyreCar's marketplace to create a source of revenue for themselves where one did not previously exist; the car-sharing website promises to "get you into a car and driving in less than 24 hours."
Using the HyreCar website or mobile app, car owners can list their vehicles and connect to potential renters. Drivers can select to rent vehicles by the day, week, or month to potentially drive for on-demand service companies such as Uber, Lyft, Postmates and more.
Currently operating in 28 states across the US, with new markets opening up each month, the latest being Luisiana. The company announced it is fully operational in the southern state, and invited all ride-share drivers and car owners to join them in taking advantage of the opportunity to make supplemental income.
"We're very excited about this expansion into Louisiana and have been looking forward to this opportunity to expand our platform since the company's inception. HyreCar's ultimate goal is to empower and connect communities through the creation of a vibrant sharing economy and on-demand opportunities," said Joe Furnari, CEO, HyreCar.