The Collaborate Corporation Ltd (ASX: CL8) share price has been amongst the biggest movers on the market today.
In morning trade the shares of the operator of peer-to-peer and online marketplaces have jumped 20% to 4.1 cents. Its shares have now doubled in value this year.
This morning the company provided the market with key performance metrics for its peer-to-peer car rental business DriveMyCar.
Following on from record results in March and April, DriveMyCar has continued to break records for the company in the month of May.
Rental transaction value increased 98% year-on-year to $273,890. Furthermore, net rental days realised increased 106% year-on-year to 7,698 days. Incidentally, both were a 6% month-on-month increase.
Management has put this continued momentum in demand across private, rideshare, and corporate rentals down to the improving quality of the fleet and higher utilisation.
The Subaru Impreza fleet in particular was a highlight, reporting almost 100% utilisation during May.
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