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Start-ups offering services on demand continue their expansion into Los Angeles, with GoShare and Breather launching in the Greater L.A. region this week.
GoShare, the year-old San Diego firm that touts itself as the “Uber for trucks,” will be available from Simi Valley to Long Beach and Pasadena starting Monday.
The service is similar to Buddytruk (also available in L.A.) and Lugg (available in the Bay Area), where customers will be able to use an app to book a driver with a pick-up truck or cargo van. Customers are charged on a per-minute basis, starting at 99 cents a minute and a $29.99 minimum purchase.