Two dudes start ‘Uber for limousines’ to offer nearby strangers free rides


Stretch is not your ordinary ride-sharing service. It is a bit like Uber – except that it offers rides in limousines entirely free of charge. But here’s the catch: Unlike Uber, Stretch has only one car available and it could be literally anywhere in the United States at this moment. The unusual app was co-founded by friends James Potter and Bart Proost earlier this year, when the two set out on a quest to become the first people to visit all 48 contiguous states voyaging around in a 28-foot vintage limo. Posted by The Limo Diaries on Saturday, May 27, 2017 Having…

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