Now available in seven U.S. cities, UFODrive customers can rent electric vehicles from its...

Now available in seven U.S. cities, UFODrive customers can rent electric vehicles from its mobile app.

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UFODrive, an all-electric car rental service operated from an app, has continued to expand in more U.S. cities after launching in San Francisco.

In addition to San Francisco, Austin, and New York, UFODrive is now operating in Boston, Las Vegas, Chicago, and Miami. Customers can rent Teslas and other premium electric vehicles (EVs) with no lines waiting for the keys and no paperwork.

"After three months of immense effort, electric, hassle-free rental is now available from West Coast to East Coast in the U.S.," said Edmund Read, UFODrive's chief commercial officer. "There is nothing like our combination of proprietary EV management tech and 24/7 in-rental service. Discover why we have the highest customer satisfaction scores in the industry. Book-register-drive in two minutes. Never lose a key again. Let us worry about your charge-level, we'll help book you into the right charger and pay for it. Forgot where you parked? We'll honk the horn and flash the lights for you. We can even switch the AC on for you or pop the trunk if needed. … "

UFODrive now operates its rental hubs (UFOBAYs) in 29 cities across 10 countries worldwide.

"Europe has traditionally been ahead with EV infrastructure, but it's clear that the United States will take the lead in 2023," said Aidan McClean, CEO and co-founder of UFODrive. "The U.S. will easily become our largest market in the new year. We're hoping our success will encourage the major rental players to go digital and go green faster than they are today. With over 20 million electric miles driven in 10 countries to date, we've proven that it's the way forward, both environmentally and financially. Our unique technology enables us to have the highest operating margins and makes us the most efficient rental operation in the industry." 

Originally posted on Auto Rental News