RunBuggy, a tech platform that connects car shippers and transporters, said Tuesday it has brought on Drivably founder Tyler Hall as a strategic advisor.

In this role, Hall will support RunBuggy’s recent product launches and its plans to expand into Canada.

Hall founded Drivably, which helps dealers buy cars from consumers, in 2018.

ACV purchased the company in 2021, a deal that ultimately closed in February of this year.

Hall now advises and coaches executive teams at high-growth tech companies.

“Out of all the companies involved in vehicle logistics, RunBuggy is the only one that has the technology and team to deliver,” Hall said in a news release.

“I see a lot of automotive companies trying to back into and bolt-on technology as an afterthought, but RunBuggy is a tech company first with a deep bench of talent that truly understands automotive,” he said.

The company recently launched Hitch, a cloud-based transportation management solution, as well as RunBuggOne, which is consumer-focused.

RunBuggy CEO Kevin Malik said in the release, “Tyler is a great addition to our team and will help ensure we stay focused on exceeding the needs of our clients. As we navigate the ever evolving automotive, and broader macro-economic, landscape, we need people like Tyler who will help our team stay the course and make the right decisions.”