LAS VEGAS – Vay, a German remote driving company, is planning to open an office in the Arts District of Las Vegas to explore the US market for its remotely driven door-to-door mobility service.
The company aims to remotely deliver and return electric cars for its customers.
Customers can order a vehicle through the Vay app, and a teledriver brings the car to the customer by driving it to the location remotely.
Once the customer arrives at their destination, a teledriver will drive the car to the next customer.
Vay officials claim that there is no time spent picking up a car or trying to find parking.
The company has not yet announced a timeline for when its service will be available in Las Vegas.
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