Uber and its competitor Lyft are offering a new way to rent a car.
In Italy, they’re charging $5,000 per day for cars, while renting a car is free.
This is a huge change from what we’ve seen in the U.S., where car rentals are free.
The main difference is that the Uber app is not available in Italy.
However, in other parts of Europe, like France and Spain, it is.
For the same reason, Italy is the best place to rent cars in Europe for a number of reasons.
First, Uber and other car-rental services in Europe are more accessible than in the United States, which means you can rent a ride online without worrying about the car’s status or insurance.
This has led to a surge in new car-sharing apps like UberX and Grab, which have been popular for the last year.
Second, Italian drivers are less likely to be sued for injuries than drivers in the States.
They’re more likely to get a small fine, and they have more rights.
For example, if you hit your car with a forklift, you can sue your driver.
Also, Italian courts will be more lenient than in other countries, because Italian courts have less of a burden to prove a case.
Third, Uber’s service is available in several languages, including English and Spanish.
This means that you can be anywhere in Italy and still have access to Uber.
And finally, Italian laws have not been written for car sharing, so you can get a car in a few minutes.