GM, Ford, and other car companies have struggled to break into vehicle-sharing and subscriptions. There are 3 reasons why, according to the CEO of the car-sharing app Turo. (GM, F)
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Automakers have in recent years begun rolling out ride-hailing, car-sharing, and subscription services to prepare for a move away from individual vehicle ownership, but many of those services have shut down or contracted.

Andre Haddad, the CEO of the car-sharing service Turo, told Business Insider there were three primary reasons auto companies have struggled to grow their mobility services.

Automakers don't have much experience dealing directly with consumers, lack expertise in nonvehicle...

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