Uber's Lion City Rentals finally sold

Cars from Lion City Rental seen at Singapore Sports Hub's carpark, on Sept 25, 2018. PHOTO: ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - Two local motor companies have bought Uber-owned Lion City Rentals, marking the United States ride-hailing firm's complete exit from Singapore.

WayDrive Holdings, a new joint venture between vehicle trader Motorway Group and investment vehicle Toh Motors, signed on the dotted line on Friday evening to acquire 100 per cent of Lion City Rentals for an undisclosed sum.

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