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HyreCar and Clutch Introduce Shared Fleet and On-demand Mobility Solution


High-end mobility solutions for dealers

The car-sharing platform for ride-hailing, HyreCar Inc. revealed that they are going to partner with Clutch Technologies. It is a Cox Automotive brand and an established player of subscription and mobility services for the automotive sector. This partnership is planning to introduce the first of its kind mobility solutions that will enable fleet offerings along with on-demand ride services.

The strong collaboration will provide dealers, OEMs and other service enablers with high-end solutions that will move the automative ownership to access and consumer demand for mobility substitutes. The dealers that deal with Clutch as of now can combine vehicle inventory with the HyreCar platform. This will connect dealers with rideshare drivers directly with rideshare drivers to get incremental recurring revenue.

Constantly innovating to provide diverse mobility solutions

This will enable the HyreCar’s dealer customers to use Clutch’s subscription software that nourishes different convenient consumer-friendly mobility solutions. This includes Single Vehicle Subscription and Service Pickup & delivery. One of the biggest operators of subscription fleet in North America, AmeriDrive is the first mutual customer. The integrated solution by HyreCar and Clutch enables AmeriDrive a substitute for vehicle ownership, allow customers to select their ride, as well as accept the payment method that is suitable to them.

The integrated services will help AmeriDrive to manage and optimize its fleets by utilizing real-time visibility of its customers’ driving patterns. Vince Zappa, President of Clutch Technologies said, “We are constantly innovating in order to provide the automotive industry with a variety of diverse mobility solutions. Our partnership with HyreCar helps us address market needs by leveraging its unique solutions to enable dealers and others to capitalize on the strong vehicle demand driven by gig economy drivers for ridesharing and delivery services.”