The deal between the rental-car company and ride-sharing giant allows U.S. Uber drivers to rent one of 50,000 Teslas starting in Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego and Washington, D.C. The vehicles are part of the 100,000 Teslas that Hertz agreed to buy, which will be rented in major U.S. markets and select European cities. (The Logic)
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