GM leads $23 million investment in on-demand vehicle maintenance service Yoshi

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GM and ExxonMobil lead $13.7 million investment in on-demand car care startup Yoshi

Founded in 2016, Palo Alto-based startup Yoshi is an on-demand car maintenance platform that delivers gas to your automobile, as well as handling related tasks, such as oil changes, cleaning, and more — all while your car is parked just where you left it. Drivers can order the service directly from the Android or iOS mobile app.