RelayRides is serious about entering the airport car rental market and enabling its users to make their vehicles available to travelers when not in use. It took a big step in that direction over the summer, when it launched its peer-to-peer rentals at San Francisco International Airport.
Now RelayRides is solidifying its spot at SFO by striking a deal with the airport to clear up any questions about the legality of its service there. As part of the deal, the company has agreed to pay a fee for customers that are traveling through the airport, and it’s also partnered with a nearby lot and shuttle service to reduce congestion at arrivals and departures drop-off points.
For RelayRides, making peer-to-peer rentals available at airports is a natural fit, particularly as the company is focusing more heavily on long-term rentals. The company ended its hourly rental feature in October, due to…
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