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Augusta airport gives OK to car-sharing service



People wanting to share their car for some extra cash can now do so at Augusta Regional Airport.

Augusta Aviation Commission has approved an agreement with Turo, Inc., the internet-based car-sharing platform.

The commission also elected Dan Troutman as chairman and Ronic West as vice-chairwom...

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  1. More of the same. I wonder how much money the airport would lose if the rental car companies decided to pull out from the airport. I support small local businesses, but it seems to me there are some individuals waiting to rent their cars under this online platform. Experts do say car loan defaults are on the rise.

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