The Louisville Metro Area’s car rental market is getting a lot bigger thanks to a new program that’s being rolled out across the region.
The city of Louisville will begin offering car rental services on January 2.
The city is offering five cars for $2,750 per month for four weeks, according to a city press release.
It’s a huge deal considering there’s only three locations that offer cars in Louisville right now.
The car rental program is the result of a partnership between the city and General Motors, which has a plant in Louisville.
It was announced earlier this month.
The company will lease its facility in the new facility, which is being built at the site of the old GM plant.
The deal also includes the purchase of a new Chevrolet Bolt SUV, which was previously owned by General Motors and is being used as a testing vehicle for the Chevrolet Bolt electric vehicle.
The car rentals in the city are going to be a little more affordable.
They’re going to come with a one-year lease.
It will be $2.75 per hour for three days, which will leave you $947.60.
They will also have a three-month option for $5 per hour.
You’ll also be able to bring your own gas tank.
They’ll give you free parking, but you’ll have to pay $25 a month for a city parking pass, which costs $4.50 per month.
As for the cars, they’ll have a range of up to 300 miles.
They won’t be available for the next few months.