General Motors has announced that its Maven Gig program will now provide vehicles to freelance drivers in more cities across the U.S., like Baltimore, Detroit, Phoenix and Washington D.C. The expansion adds on the the program that is already available in Los Angeles, San Diego and San Francisco.
Maven Gig is ideal for freelances that want to make a little extra cash, but don’t want the inconvenience of having to own a car. Maven Gig allows members to easily take advantage of the gig economy without worrying about owning a car. Unlimited miles and insurance are included, and there’s no membership fee after a one-time $20 application fee.
Maven Gig vehicles are available for flat weekly rates that include the car, unlimited miles, insurance and maintenance. Pricing starts at $189 plus taxes for a Chevrolet Cruze. Additional vehicles include the Chevrolet Malibu ($209 per week plus taxes), Trax ($219 per week plus taxes), Impala ($225 per week plus taxes) and Bolt EV ($229 per week plus taxes).
Maven Gig Bolt EVs have already driven 1.4 million all-electric miles in California since February 2017 and have saved an estimated 50,000 gallons of gas.