Breeze

Hertz for Uber & Lyft drivers

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Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
Interesting to see these sharing economy, 3rd party businesses popup. SherpaShare is another that was posted ~week ago.
Tom MasieroHunterHiring@blendahtom · GM of LaunchBit
@rrhoover - Agreed.. When you start seeing these third party businesses popping up it's a def signal in regards to the growth opportunity in the ride sharing economy. btw.. love the reply feature!
Tom MasieroHunterHiring@blendahtom · GM of LaunchBit
Fascinating concept and one that I know that companies are activating on in other local Uber/lyft markets. Would love @jjpang to join us and tell us how things are going.
Tim Jahn@timjahn · Founder, Donald (getDonald.com)
Whoa. Interesting to see companies pop up to support nascent niche companies/industries like this. Reminds me of a product I saw on Hacker News a while back providing deep, simple insights specifically just for Stripe customers.
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
@timjahn are you referring to Hookfeed? cc @SDMattG
Tim Jahn@timjahn · Founder, Donald (getDonald.com)
@rrhoover - Ah yeah, that's the one I was thinking of.
Ryan J Negri@ryannegri · Co-Founder & CEO, Laicos.
I like this, but how long before companies like Uber, Lyft, and Sidecar partner directly with rental companies to offer these to their drivers ? Uber/Enterprise would be a great partnership, as they usually have Black-car -type vehicles for rent.
Tom MasieroHunterHiring@blendahtom · GM of LaunchBit
Ryan J Negri@ryannegri · Co-Founder & CEO, Laicos.
@BlendahTom That's funny stuff. I missed that article, but know some at Enterprise - that's why I mentioned it. Next, they'll need to partner with an insurance company if this goes trough.
Hart Lambur@hart_lambur
This is really smart. I think Uber and Lyft would be doing this themselves if the insurance complications weren't so difficult (and didn't pose such massive reputational risk for multi billion dollar companies). Uber can't afford the PR nightmare that could come from an insurance disaster... but Breeze can.