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Move Mee car rental platform launches in UK

Move Mee, the car rental platform, has launched in nine locations in the UK following a pilot in Sweden earlier this year.

The British brand ran a pilot at Stockholm and Gothenburg airports in collaboration with rental franchise operator Green Motion in February, where it tested and evolved the service. 

Move Mee expanded to 12 more locations in Sweden after the pilot and before launching in the UK.

Move Mee connects customers with vehicles sourced from dealerships or other rental operators that want to make their stock available on the platform.

Private car owners can also list their car as available for rent, as long as they meet the app’s requirements.

Customers can download the Move Mee app, register, validate, book, pay and unlock vehicles with their smartphone.

Richard Lowden, founder and co-CEO of Move Mee, said: “I am really pleased that we have been able to open nine key locations here in the UK, with further planned expansion of the service is already underway with the opening of additional downtown / metropolitan sites to be announced very soon.”

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