Drift, a new car-sharing platform, is launching in the Denver area, connecting families, business people, vacationers and students alike with affordable and easily accessible transportation.
Drift is an innovative car-sharing service that connects local travelers who own cars with visitors who need to borrow a car. Protected by Allstate, Drift is launching as a pilot near the Denver International Airport - just in time for spring break.
“Drift is a new peer-to-peer car sharing service that allows car owners to share their vehicle and earn extra income,” said Alex David, general manager at Drift. "Drift provides both car owners and borrowers the freedom to spend more time and money on experiences that matter to them - while getting free parking near the airport and a more seamless travel experience overall."
The Drift Car Sharing app is available online at driftforairports.com or the app store for iPhone users with an Android app to follow shortly. Once you register, the platform claims that dropping off or picking up a vehicle takes less than five minutes, keeping you on the go.
Car owners have the ability to earn up to $350 a week by putting their vehicle on the Drift platform. The platform also offers free parking at the airport, pre- and post-trip inspections, a steam-clean car wash, and limits vehicle use to 150 miles per day behind full Allstate protection.
Car borrowers can skip the rental lines and fees and get on the road in a much more cost efficient way as the app is being compared to the Airbnb of car services, according to David.
“It’s sharing your primary asset with someone else while you’re out of town and putting that to use while you’re not using it,” David said in a recent Denver ABC 7 feature.
“Your car is 100 percent protected from the minute you step on the lot,” continued David in regards to the question of safety and liability.
Visit www.drivedrift.com for more information.