Peer-to-peer car rental startup RelayRides has grown pretty aggressively ever since it enabled users to rent their cars from wherever throughout the U.S. Now it has cars listed in 1450 cities in the U.S., including all 50 states. But what do users do if they live in a place where there are no available cars around?
Starting today, users who find themselves in that predicament will be able to share their interest in renting a car on Facebook. The new feature, which RelayRides calls “Renting Social,” is designed to help increase supply in markets where there’s a limited number of cars listed.
As part of the new feature, RelayRides users can advertise their need for a car on Facebook, including the duration that they need to rent one, as well as the location that they’re looking to rent from. Once shared with contacts on Facebook, the listing will appear…
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