For many drivers, a trip to the gas station is a forgettable inconvenience that occurs once or twice a week. The solution: a Silicon Valley company known as Yoshi, a gas-delivery start-up billing themselves as “Uber for gasoline,” functioning like a mobile gas station, using “field technicians” to fill up vehicles when they’re not being driven.
Yoshi has also begun offering customers other gas station staples, such as oil changes, tire checks, car washings and brake pad replacements. Using the company’s app customers interact with field technicians and an artificial intelligence bot named “Rachel,” which helps them schedule services.
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