AUBURN HILLS, MI – Tesloop, the Tesla-centric data and mobility company that last fall shut down its Southern California- and Las Vegas-based shuttle service due to the increasing cost of drivers, has come up with a new venture. Set to launch next month, the company will provide a long-distance rental service whereby customers pick up and drop off crowd-sourced Tesla Model 3s at Tesla Supercharger stations. The service first will be offered at Supercharger stations in Santa Monica, ...

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