A brand new mobile app entitled Lula is introducing person-to-person car rentals to college and universities all over the country, including the University of Arizona.
Lula, also known as LulaRides, is available to any college student 18 years old or older. Through Lula, students can rent their cars to other students for times and prices of their own choosing.
“As the car owner, it’s like running your own business,” said Matthew Vega-Sanz, CEO and co-founder of Lula. “Lula is there to help by providing the medium and the insurance.”
Lula ensures that car owners are in total control of who is using their vehicle.
“When someone requests to rent your vehicle, you can take a look at their profile and decide to deny or accept their request, usually based on the times they want your car,” Vega-Sanz said.
To ensure Lula is only being used by responsible drivers, potential users will have to go through a background check. Lula will make sure that an applicant is who they claim to be, has never been convicted of driving under the influence or does not have too many points on their driving record.
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