Fresh off launching the capability to rent different General Motors (GM) vehicles each month, the car maker's ride-sharing service Maven has revealed it latest interesting service. 

Under the new Maven Gig program unveiled on Wednesday, drivers are provided access to GM vehicles that they can use for independent gigs that they choose, such as package delivery, food or grocery delivery and ride-sharing. GM says the service is live in San Diego, and will launch in San Francisco and Los Angeles later this year. Initial partners include GrubHub, Instacart, Roadie and ride-sharing services.

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