- Apply and be approved by Maven to be a member
- Be at least 21 years old
- Possess a valid, U.S. state issued driver's license which is not suspended, revoked or restricted
- Must have a valid credit or debit card (no gift cards)
- Meet the eligibility requirements in the Member Agreement
- Accept the Lease/ Rental Agreement Terms and Conditions
- Read and accept General Motor’s Privacy Statement
(i) Driving while operator’s license is restricted, suspended, revoked or denied;
(ii) Vehicular manslaughter, negligent homicide, felonious driving or felony with a vehicle;
(iii) Operating a vehicle while impaired, under the influence of alcohol or illegal drugs, or refusing a sobriety test;
(iv) Failure to stop or identify after a crash (includes leaving the scene of a crash; hit and run; giving false information to an officer);
(v) Eluding or attempting to elude a law enforcement officer;
(vi) Traffic violations resulting in death or serious injury; or
(vii) Any other significant violation warranting restriction or suspension of license;
Reserving a Maven Gig Car
Step 2: Download the Maven app and create a Maven Gig account.
1. Note, you must create a Maven Gig account if you are a new Maven member and want to reserve a car for commercial use
**Please have your driver's license and credit card information handy at the time of account creation.***
2. If you have a Maven City account already, you can enroll in Maven Gig by tapping the "More" button and selecting "Switch to Maven Gig."
Step 3: Please verify your account by clicking on the link in the verification email. Note: This step is required in order to complete your enrollment process.
Step 4: Once your account has been approved, sign into your account from your Maven app and reserve a vehicle.
Step 5: At the time of reservation, we will put a hold on your card on file, equal to one week’s rental + taxes, fees and incidental charges. Note: This is a hold on the funds, no money is taken from your account.
Step 6: Follow directions in the reservation confirmation email to pick up your car at the designated date and time.
Step 7: We will be providing you a Certificate of Insurance (COI) with your name and vehicle VIN details for signing up with various ridesharing and delivery platforms; this will be available within the Maven App after you schedule a reservation.
Accessing your COI: Open your Maven App and click More in the bottom right corner. You’ll see the Certificate of Insurance link where you can view the COI. We recommend that you check this prior to picking up your vehicle.
If your reservation is less than $250, we will release the outstanding amount back to you.
If it ends up being more than $250, you will see an additional charge for the remaining funds.
We bill weekly, so your billing date will be the day of the week you started your reservation. So, if you start your reservation on a Tuesday, you will be charged every week on Tuesday.
Make sure the credit or debit card associated with your account is up to date and has sufficient funds before your billing date. And please remember we do not accept pre-paid or gift cards.
We want to keep you on the road driving to earn money, but failure to pay in full weekly will mean that you have to return the car immediately. If it’s not returned, we may need to repossess the vehicle, and no one wants that to happen.
- Simply login to the Maven app and Click on Select vehicle to view available vehicle options and make a reservation.
- At the time of reservation, we will put a hold on your card on file, equal to one week’s rental + taxes, fees and incidental charges.
- Open the Maven App.
- Enter your email address as your username.
- Click on forgot password.
- You will receive an email with password reset directions.
Step 1: Open the Maven app.
Step 2: Sign in to your Maven Account.
Step 3: Click on Reservations.
Step 4: View and edit your reservations.
Please note, reservations cancelled within 24 hours of pick up time will be charged one day’s rental fees.
Maven Gig Cars
- Chevrolet Cruze
- Chevrolet Malibu
- Chevrolet Impala
- Chevrolet Trax
- Chevrolet Bolt EV
Let's Drive - Information for Members in Reservation
If you notice any problems, please inform the Maven Associate on site and ensure any pre-existing damage is accurately captured on the vehicle condition report. You don't want to be held responsible for damage you didn't cause, so please don't forget to check at the start of the reservation.
The condition report will be referenced and updated when the vehicle is returned.
Request a police officer create a written report of the incident. Report vehicle damages. Avoid admitting fault or blaming others.
Take photos and videos, especially license plate numbers and specific damage to vehicles. Collect driver and passenger names, insurance info, makes and models of vehicles, contact info of eyewitnesses, the location of the accident as well as the names and badge numbers of reporting police officers.
If the car is drivable and in need of repairs, call Maven’s agent at 1-800-572-2936 to report the incident. They will direct you to the nearest repair facility. If the car is NOT drivable and in need of tow, please call our Maven agent at 1-800-572-2936 so that we can arrange a tow for you. Failure to report the incident is a violation of the vehicle lease/rental terms and conditions.
If a third party is involved in an accident, please inform them to call Maven’s agent at 1-800-572-2936.
In addition to following the above steps, if the accident occurred while you were on app, some TNC/ delivery platforms may require you to file a claim directly either via the app or by calling a number. In these instances please also follow the instructions provided by the TNC/ Delivery platform you are driving on after calling out Maven agent to file a claim.
We ask all renters to return the car with the same gas level as at the time of pick up to avoid being charged for gas and a refueling service fee.
Returning your Maven
- To view when your car is due for a return, please login to your account and click on Reservations.
- If you would like to return the car sooner, please schedule an appointment via the app.
- Drop off details are included in the app and appointment confirmation email.
To view when your car is due for a return, please login to your account and click on Reservations.
Insurance and Damage
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Renters are also not responsible for normal wear and tear on the Vehicle.
Before each reservation, we ask you to check the car inside and out and report any damage in the vehicle condition. This ensures that you will not be held responsible for damage that may have happened before your reservation.
If you are at a facility to get a repair done, provide your vehicle info and inform the service manager this is a Maven vehicle. Payment will be made on your behalf via Maven’s Element Fleet Management account.
If the estimated repair time exceeds 24 hours please schedule a swap on the app. You can also choose to wait for the repairs to be completed. If you do wait for the repairs please send your complete work order to firstname.lastname@example.org .
If the vehicle is not drivable, press the Blue Onstar button near the mirror and request for OnStar Roadside Assistance. Have the vehicle towed to one of the GM dealerships listed in the FAQ card. Please send us an email at email@example.com with details about the issue so we can end your reservation on time.
Your weekly charge will continue to occur on whatever day of the week in which you picked up your car.
You are responsible for the weekly cost of the car while the car is in your possession. The only way to avoid future charges is to return the car back to Maven.
*Note: Maven uses temporary authorizations as a standard security measure to confirm your method of payment. This is normal for credit card processing systems and when Maven releases the temporary authorization it may take 1-5 days for your account to reflect the availability of the funds.
Your billing date remains the same day of the week that you picked up your vehicle. If for some reason, your payment fails, you will be notified and we will attempt to re-bill your card on file the following Monday or Thursday. If we are still unable to collect your weekly rental charges you will have to return your vehicle immediately and you will be subject to additional charges.
If your vehicle was serviced and back in your possession within 24 hours you will not be credited and the weekly rate would still apply.
Once the service has been completed, please send us a completed copy of the repair order showing the date in-shop and the date the repairs were completed to firstname.lastname@example.org . This will be reviewed and the credit will be determined per the guidelines of the Maven Member Agreement.
Chevrolet Bolt EV
Once you plug in at a charging station, the vehicle cluster will display your estimated charging time to reach a full charge or time to reach 80% battery charge while DC charging.
There are 3 types of charging levels:
Level 1: Basic 120 volt household outlet. There is a charge cord that comes with the Bolt EV that connects to a 3-pronged 120 volt outlet & charges your Bolt EV at up to 4 miles per hour of charge. NOTE: only plug into outlets that have been inspected by a certified electrician. Damage done to outlets, wiring, etc., will not be covered by Maven.
Level 2 “SAE J1772”: Level 2 stations will charge the Bolt EV up to 25 miles per hour of charge. You can filter for Level 2 “public” stations on the Plugshare app.
DC Fast Charging “CCS/SAE”: Most EVgo stations are DC Fast Charging stations, and depending on outside temperature, charge station power, and other factors such as your current battery charge, you can obtain up to 90 miles of range in 30 minutes.
1. Download the Plugshare app
2. Enable location services
3. Filter for ‘High Power Stations’
4. When in need of a charge, look for EVgo DC Fast Charging stations with “CCS/SAE” listed. Your vehicle will come with an EVgo charging card that you will use to initiate the charge sessions. Maven will pay for your charging on EVgo fast charging stations for a limited time only. You may also choose to charge at other provider’s stations (e.g. Chargepoint, Greenlots), but please note: the charging fees at non-EVgo stations are not paid for by Maven. You will need to set up your own account with these companies and pay for the charging session with your credit or debit card.
2. Inform EVgo that you are a Maven customer.
3. Inform EVgo of your card number & VIN.
4. EVgo call center will "remote start" the station with this information.
Charge battery to 80% or higher at the end of your shift in preparation for your next shift.
Fast Charging Stations are generally less crowded before 9 a.m. and after 9 p.m. Monday – Friday.
Your actual range may vary based on several factors including temperature, terrain, and driving technique.
You may want to take a quick 15-30 min break after 4 hours of driving to opportunity charge.
Charging speed at DC Fast Charging stations slows significantly once the battery charge reaches ~80%.
If you are close to running out of charge:
- Exit the highway, if necessary.
- Conserve charge by decreasing speed and turning off climate control.
- Pull over to a safe location.
- Navigate to the closest charging station.
- If necessary, push the blue OnStar button to be routed to the closest charging location.