ORLANDO, Fla.--GO, a first-of-its-kind car subscription startup, announced today that they are now available to customers in more metro area, as the company continues to grow its fleet and expand service nationally.

Distinct from traditional auto lease and finance, GO’s model offers subscribers a simple and affordable alternative. GO is now live in four states, including Pennsylvania, Florida, New Jersey and Delaware, with plans to announce additional markets later this year.

“We created GO to transform and simplify the experience of getting a car, and we’re thrilled today to be able to offer this service to Floridians,” said Michael Beauchamp, GO’s Founder and CEO.

Customers in available markets can order their car online in around 4 minutes and save up to 25% per month. There’s no down payment, and the entire process is handled virtually. In most cases, cars are even delivered to the customer’s home at no charge.

GO is the first company to offer a car subscription service geared specifically toward daily drivers, unlike previous car subscriptions that focused on swapping vehicles and short-term use. With significant advantages over traditional car buying, GO’s innovative model promises to change the industry and represents a new paradigm for car shoppers.

“Let’s face it, the current car shopping experience can be unpleasant, even demoralizing. We set out to change that through innovation and efficiency. By removing the things that add cost with no value, we save customers a significant amount of time and money,” said Beauchamp.