FlightCar is trying to calculate a big unknown: how much is it worth to someone to make their vehicle available to strangers, even if said vehicle doesn't actually get rented (and thus brings in no money to FlightCar). Apparently, the number is somewhere between $150 and $400. The company started small, with an offer of free airport parking in San Francisco, as long as you let others drive your car when you are out of town. Now comes the bigger deal: paying you to make your car available to rent
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