With the economy in India opening up almost entirely, ride-hailing platforms are starting to see recovery close to pre-COVID levels, as more people step out. Growing air traffic and a surge in city-bound passengers in the run-up to the festive season has led to the comeback of cab service providers.
“As restrictions are easing, we see more people stepping out, which in turn has led to a strong upward trend in the ride-hailing business as commuters look for trusted partners. With the assurance of regularly sanitized vehicles and precautions taken for in-ride safety, inDriver is now serving rides comparable to pre-covid levels,” said Pavit Nanda, India PR head, Indriver.
However, as the threat of COVID-19 remains present and, several people prefer taking cabs over public transport, to ensure physical distancing, which could also be a major reason for the uptick in ride volumes.
“The safety of both drivers and passengers is a primary concern for the company. So, we will ensure both our driver-partners and our passengers take the necessary precautions” added Pavit Nanda, PR and Communications Manager, India.
Zero surges, zero commission a global ride-hailing service, inDriver, aims to make it a transparent business model for both passengers and drivers. It is the only app that allows users to negotiate their cab fare before booking the ride in real-time.
inDriver, an international ride-hailing app has more than 50 million users across 300 cities in 31 countries around the world. The service has a 24X7 customer support centre to help customers with their queries. inDriver app is available on Google Play Store and AppStore.
Founded in 2012 in Siberia, with the idea of protecting passengers from the inflexible authority of centralized transport services. inDriver is the world’s fastest-growing ride-hailing platform, with the real-time-deals model, we are evolving the mobility service, giving back what users value the most: freedom of choice. In 2018, the company started an international expansion that allows us to position our services to over 50 million users across 31 countries in more than 300 cities.
Our philosophy of freedom has extended beyond the possibility for passengers and drivers to negotiate their mobility terms. We work to focus on satisfying the needs of our users with technology, this is the main reason we have extended the platform services to a delivery system, we create solutions for interurban rides and help people book freight transportation. Today, inDriver, whose headquarters are located in Mountain View, California, has offices in Mexico City, Moscow, Yakutsk, Recife, Gurgaon, and Kuala Lumpur and employs more than 800 people with the clear idea to provide freedom of choice to all our customers.