Expedia’s car rental company car rental platform now allows people to pay with their credit card or debit card to reserve their vehicle, the company announced Tuesday.
The service, which is available in more than 170 cities in the U.S. and Canada, allows customers to select the car they want to rent and pay a fee on top of the price.
The fee, which expires after 24 hours, can be set to $250 or more, depending on the rental.
Expedia said the fees vary by rental location and the rental car type, but the most common are a flat fee of $15 and a $30 daily charge.
The company has more than 10 million credit and debit card users in the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.
The car rental app also lets users book the car online.
The app can also be used to book a rental at participating car dealers.
Exposto is one of a number of companies looking to replace traditional car rentals.
It recently launched its own mobile app, Expostor, and has announced plans to launch a full-service online car rental service later this year.