The first issue of Mobility Finance, which explores deep trends of the financing and insuring of alternative transportation, is now live.
In this issue, find out why insurers are driving into rideshare, despite the speed bumps in coverage — including the very gray area of drivers accepting cash for rides.
The issue also explores who will own self-driving rideshare: Will consumers purchase the self-driving cars and rent it out in an effort to offset monthly loan or lease payments? Will traditional rideshare companies dominate the space? Or, will OEMs maintain ownership of the vehicles for their own private rideshares?
Additional content includes: how lenders are preparing for an autonomous future, and how autonomous cars will open doors for lenders to invest in infrastructure.
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Mobility Finance will also co-host the second annual Auto Finance Innovation 2017 conference with sister publication Auto Finance News. The event will explore the evolution of transportation on May 17-18 at the Hilton Bayfront in San Diego. Visit www.autofinanceinnovation.com to register or learn more. To request a media pass, contact Skylar Taylor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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