New car-sharing firm GetGo goes on the road

Start-up aims to roll out 400 vehicles across 300 locations islandwide by the end of next month

From left: GetGo general manager Chan Jun Kai, senior adviser Jeremy Ong, technical product lead Malik Badaruddin, managing director Toh Ting Feng and marketing head Johnson Lim with some of their cars at their office in Toa Payoh West. ST PHOTO: GAV
From left: GetGo general manager Chan Jun Kai, senior adviser Jeremy Ong, technical product lead Malik Badaruddin, managing director Toh Ting Feng and marketing head Johnson Lim with some of their cars at their office in Toa Payoh West. ST PHOTO: GAVIN FOO
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About 400 cars from Lion City Rentals - a company formerly owned by Uber - have been leased to a new start-up looking to get a slice of the car-sharing pie.

GetGo is being launched today and aims to roll out 400 vehicles across 300 locations islandwide by the end of next month to meet what it says is growing demand.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on February 25, 2021, with the headline New car-sharing firm GetGo goes on the road. Subscribe