Fetch has announced the launch of its self-service truck-rental marketplace in Dallas Fort Worth. With this launch, residents of Dallas, Fort Worth and surrounding areas can now rent a Fetch truck for as little as one hour, on-demand, 24 hours a day.
Fetch provides self-service truck and van rentals at the press of a button. Through the Fetch app, renters can find the Fetch truck parked nearest to them and book instantly. Renters then use the Fetch app to check-in and unlock their truck 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
“Our mission at Fetch is to make renting a truck effortless,” Adam Steinberg, CEO of Fetch, said. ”In today’s environment, a fast, contactless rental experience is more important than ever for anyone renting a truck – whether you’re a homeowner, business owner or delivery driver. We’re delighted to bring our contactless rental experience and truck marketplace to the Dallas area.”
Fetch also invites vehicle owners to become entrepreneurs by listing their trucks or cargo vans for rent on Fetch. By becoming a Fetch partner, vehicle owners receive access to Fetch’s contactless rental system and can generate up to $1,800 a month, per vehicle.
Dallas residents can learn more about Fetch by visiting https://fetchtruck.com/cities/dallas-truck-rental/.
Vehicle owners can learn more about listing their truck for rent with Fetch at https://fetchtruck.com/rent-my-truck/.
Fetch is a marketplace for self-service truck rental where renters can instantly rent a truck from local owners. With the Fetch app, renters skip the lines and can instantly unlock their Fetch truck 24/7. Trucks can be rented on an hourly, daily or weekly basis, and truck owners can earn as much as $1,800/month from one truck. Fetch is headquartered in Atlanta and backed by investors including Y Combinator, Avis Budget Group and Knoll Ventures. Visit fetchtruck.com to learn more about Fetch.