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    India’s self-drive car rental platform Zoomcar to launch in Africa, Asia

    India’s Zoomcar, a self-drive car rental startup is set to expand to Africa and Asia with its vast fleet of hatchbacks, sedans, SUVs and luxury cars to redefine car rental services and give users the power to hire a car and drive around without owning it.

    Now present in more than 23 cities across India, Zoomcar is betting on international markets for growth in the next two to three years according to a report by India’s Economic Times.

    Unlike on-demand cab hailing startups in Africa, Zoomcar which provides users with self-drive car rentals for a day or more at a short notice will be taking on international brands such as Europcar, Hertz among others. Zoomcar offers a range of luxury car hire options to choose from and customers can also choose from three different pricing packages based on their travel needs.
    All vehicles are covered under damage insurance along with 24×7 roadside assistance with hassle-free pickups and returns. Zoomcar has designed a consumer-friendly experience with 2500+ well-maintained cars and a loyalty programme that rewards you for every km you travel so you can now drive to your heart’s content. Exclusive benefits of the Supermilers Club include zero security deposit, priority call centre support and Z-points redemption for free rides, and other offers.

    Zoom Commute offers the ideal solution for those in frequent need of a car on a weekday. It lets you do more with your Zoomcar – it is like your own car for your daily commute and other travel needs. You can also rent a Zoomcar at the airport, and drive out to your meetings or go on the trip around the city before you head back again.

    “Over the course of nearly 10 lakh bookings since inception in 2013, Zoomcar has empowered Indians to spend valuable time with the people they care most about in their lives.  As we move forward to serve our next 10 lakh bookings, the Zoomcar team felt it appropriate to redefine our brand identity to better capture this clear reality,”the firm announced.

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