Toyota Joins Servco Pacific Inc. For Car Sharing Services in Honolulu

Car Sharing Services

Toyota Motor Corp. launched a car sharing services in Honolulu that allows customers to rent a car for an hour or day by only using their smartphones. It’s a latest service offered by a car maker company to compete with other car rental services. This service is called Hui. The auto sharing system is a joint wander amongst Toyota and Servco Pacific, Toyota’s new auto merchant in Hawaii.

Car Sharing Services

Seventy Toyota and Lexus vehicles are accessible for reservation through the Hui versatile application (for iOS and Android gadgets) constantly or day at 25 effectively open areas all through Honolulu. The app supports driver identification, authentication and payment management. Hui vehicles are stopped in stamped, saved slows down for simply get and drop-off.

“The program is simple to use and more convenient than a traditional car rental service” said Zack Hicks, chief executive officer and president of TCNA, and chief digital officer of Toyota Motor North America. “We’re really excited about Hui because it’s a game changing way to offer car sharing.” Hicks implied at more extensive auto sharing endeavors for Toyota yet gave no points of interest: “Hui is just the beginning for us.”

Servco CEO Mark Fukunaga told correspondents on a conference call We’re extremely amped up for Hui since it’s a diversion changing approach to offer auto sharing.

Toyota is as of now offering clients a “World class” anticipate $14.95 every month went for more continuous drivers. Toyota says it won’t examine whether it intends to grow Hui to different urban communities.

Wilko is a full-time motoring journalist with an obsessive interest in all things automotive.