Voyager Global Mobility Launches in Las Vegas
NYC’s leading full-service for-hire-vehicle operation and rental platform now available for rideshare drivers in Las Vegas, in addition to Miami, Orlando, Atlanta, Dallas, Phoenix and Mexico.
Voyager Global Mobility (VGM), North America’s leading partner of for-hire-vehicle (FHV) drivers, announced its official launch in Las Vegas, where it will provide vehicles and support for hundreds of drivers in the city under the Buggy brand. VGM’s entrance into the Las Vegas FHV market follows recent rapid expansions in Miami, Orlando, and Atlanta in 2022, alongside the August 2022 acquisition of UCars, which operates fleets in the Dallas and Phoenix areas. Voyager’s service in the regions offers car rentals, personalized strategic assistance to enhance driver earnings, maintenance, and more.
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“At Voyager Global Mobility, we believe that driving for rideshare can be a stable and lucrative job”
“At Voyager Global Mobility, we believe that driving for rideshare can be a stable and lucrative job,” said Sam Jurkowicz, Co-CEO of Voyager Global Mobility. “We’ve proven this through the success of our thousands of driver-partners in New York City and Mexico City, and we’re excited to continue to grow across North America. We’re proud to deliver our focus on safety, accessibility, and autonomy for drivers to new partners in Las Vegas, Miami, Orlando, Atlanta, Dallas, and Phoenix–with more new geographies on the way in 2023.”
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Voyager was successful in breaking through the New York City FHV market, the toughest and most highly regulated in the nation, and is now applying their expertise and learnings to the Nevada, Florida, Georgia, Texas and Arizona markets. Voyager provides its driver-partners with high-quality, well-maintained vehicles and unrivaled personalized assistance to ensure drivers optimize their earnings across the major rideshare platforms. Voyager is already experiencing growth in the new geographies, with hundreds of new vehicles hitting the road in Miami and Orlando, and Atlanta in the last few months. “Uber is excited to expand our partnership with Voyager Global Mobility, and their subsidiary Buggy, to Las Vegas and help empower more Nevadans to make money on their own schedule,” said Harry Hartfield, Public Affairs Manager for Uber.
Voyager’s current major operating hubs are in the New York City metropolitan area and Mexico City, and it also provides government and private fleet solutions across North America.
Voyager Global Mobility (VGM) is a rapidly-growing mobility operating company that provides professionally managed vehicles to drivers and software company partners in the trillion-dollar asset side of the smart mobility industry: ride-hailing, on-demand travel and car sharing.
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