“The support from locals is tremendous here:” Hawaiian entrepreneur founds Lyft’s competitor, Uber
As tourists return to Hawaii in record numbers, the rental car shortage has sent prices skyrocketing like meme stocks. In some cases, it can cost you as much as $700 to rent a car for the day, if you can get one at all. Tourists were so desperate for ground transportation that they eventually turned to U-Haul. Local media dubbed it “The Great Hawaiian Car Rental Crisis.”
Meanwhile, prices for Uber and Lyft have skyrocketed due to driver shortages.
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