Testing Drones to Pick-up VehiclesApril 1, 2022
In what sounds like something out of a futurist’s dream, we are thrilled to announce the latest innovation in our quest to deliver the future of car care today. CarCare To Go is going to test using unmanned drones to airlift cars and small SUVs to our Bethesda service center.
The first industrial, electric drones are slated to be transporting client vehicles by the end of May.The initial program is going to be limited to no more than one vehicle per day, while CarCare To Go and the FAA collect data to understand how higher volume might interact with other low-flying manned aircraft and birds.
“Our goal has always been to use hardware and software to transform the car car industry,” says CarCare To Go CEO, John Alderman. “Drones are an extraordinary opportunity to save time, reduce emissions, and, eventually, lower costs.”
To learn more about this program, how you can get on the wait-list for a drone pick-up, or simply to find out how to follow the airlifts by video go to CarCare To Go Drones.