If you were all stuck with international ride hailing apps, Uber and Careem, than you need to rethink as NUST graduate taking things to another level have launched Pakistan’s 1st Motorbike Taxi Service named Cargar.
Cargar is quite similar to the international bigwigs like Uber and Careem, all it differs is that it takes the passenger or commuters to their destinations on bikes. The safety is well assured by the makers of Cargar, and it looks promising.
“Cargar is an innovative start-up aiming to provide customers with smart solutions to over-charging, traffic congestion and intensififying of carbon footprints. With Cargar, you’ll experience secure, inexpensive and efficient transport which shall not only reinvigorate the road infrastructure of twin cities but also reduce civic issues,” a statement on their website said.
Currently, Cargar has kicked off its services in twin cites Islamabad and Rawalpindi.
Cargar charges Rs15 per kilometer and an extra Rs20 for service charges. The best thing about Cargar is that most probably it won’t stuck in traffics, so you won’t be late in any such case.
“Cargar aims to provide maximum safety for its customers with helmets made mandatory for all riders and passengers,” Cargar CEO Faran Ahmed told The Express Tribune.
With launch in Islamabad and Rawalpindi, the startup also aimed to expand its services in Lahore and Karachi.