Google car rental app goes public with $2 billion funding from Alphabet and investors

Google’s CarRental app, which lets you rent a car from a car rental company, is now available for iOS and Android.

Google announced the deal on its investor call today.

The app lets you book a ride using a number of popular brands such as Uber, Lyft, Sidecar, Car2Go, and Hertz, according to a blog post by Google co-founder Sergey Brin.

The app allows you to book the car you want, including from the comfort of your own home.

It also lets you make a reservation for a vehicle and pay a deposit, or pay a fee.

The Google car app lets users rent cars from a wide range of rental companies.

Google says it will pay the rental company’s drivers and employees a minimum of $20 per hour, which means the cost of the car varies depending on the distance you choose to drive.

Google is also paying for a car insurance and a set of maintenance.

CarRental will offer drivers an option to pay a $5,000 deposit on the purchase of the vehicle, Google said.

The company said it will also pay for a $1,000 car insurance policy, plus maintenance for the vehicle.

Google says the app will help users make better and more informed decisions when choosing a car to rent.

It will also provide car rental companies with a way to track usage, the company said.

Google CarRotor will be available for download from the App Store and Google Play.