General Motors Ends “Maven” Service

GM launched Maven back in 2016 as a way to rent and rideshare their vehicles.

General Motors Ends “Maven” Service

MICHIGAN (CBS DETROIT) – General Motors says it’s permanently ending service for the ride-sharing service “Maven” due to changes in the industry.

GM launched Maven back in 2016 as a way to rent and ride share their vehicles.

The company says it will redirect the resources into other areas with more potential.

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As residents shelter in place, watching the governor’s news conference can no doubt test the emotions of local small business owners like Elias Loza who own Mexico Lindo in Pleasanton.

“I watched it, hoping for a date to come. Its just planning ahead and having something to look forward to,” said Loza.

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Omni Fight Club owner Dennis Dumas watched the news conference while conducting a zoom call with his gym members.

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Dumas told KPIX 5 he just hopes there will be clear and specific opening guidelines. 

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