In 2017, Disney’s Cars.com and Tesla announced a partnership.
Both companies offered car-share services for free to Disneyland guests.
Both services offer a ride to Disney Springs for a low monthly fee.
Both car-and-ride programs are available at the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California.
However, Cars.net and Tesla are currently only available at Disney’s Epcot and Disney’s Hollywood Studios, according to the Disney Blog.
The partnership is part of a larger push to drive more car-based travel in the U.S. and internationally.
The car- and car-pooling services are part of the Disney Drive, a partnership between the Walt Disney Company and Lyft, which aims to drive up the share of car ownership among U..
S.-based households and individuals.
Lyft has been expanding its car-purchase services at Walt Disney World Resort.
Tesla is not the only company that is offering car-hire services.
Google launched Carpool, a ride-hailing app, in 2016.
The company has since launched Car2Go, a similar service for car-hiring.
Uber is also offering carpooling at Disneyland park, but its car service is currently only in its testing phase.
Disney’s Cars and Disney Drive programs are not available in all states and cities.
For instance, California is not part of Cars.org’s partnership.
The program is also available in Hawaii, Nevada, and Texas.
For more information about car-buying services, visit car-hopping.com