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  • Rethinking car renting in France
  • Rethinking car renting in France
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Rethinking car renting in France

Between DriveNow, Blablacar and Uber, companies are already making it easier than ever not to own a car. With funding from the MAIF, a French insurance company, Koolicar is a start-up that's rethinking the car-renting process between individuals.

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