Lithuania's car-sharing platform CityBee has started providing an opportunity to rent a car in one country and leave it in another without any additional charge, the Verslo Zinios business daily writes.
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Lukas Yla, the platform's CEO, says from now on clients will be able to, for example, go from Vilnius to Riga. CityBee offers around 200 cars in Latvia now.

The company plans to offer international rise to Estonia and Poland in the future when CityBee will enter those markets.

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