Turners aims to launch a vehicle subscription service in March

Turners aims to launch a vehicle subscription service in March
Jenny Ruth
Turners Automotive Group is hoping to launch a vehicle subscription service in March under which people pay a flat monthly fee for the right to use a particular vehicle.Turners is licensing the concept from ASX-listed Collaborate, a company it bought a 12 percent stake in for $1 million in July last year and which launched the Carly subscription service in Australia in March last year.The concept was pioneering in the United States in 2017.Fleet of 200To begin with, Turners will be supplying 200 company-owned used vehicles to test the concept b...

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