A new digital car rental service has begun operation in Uruguay. It’s called Croway, and similar to Airbnb’s housing rental model, the app serves as an intermediary between private car owners and people looking for a temporary way to get around.
“It’s a way to generate profits for the owner of the car in the time they’re not using it,” founder Gonzalo García said.
The creators of Croway, Maximiliano Casal and Gonzalo Garcia
Garcia explained that the service after he became aware of the growing amount of cars in Uruguay. Over the last 10 years, the number of cars in the small country has doubled due to families that want more than one vehicle for getting around.
For Garcia, Croway is an option for people whose second or third