Bykea, best known for its bike ride-hailing app that boasts over 2.5 million app users and 500,000 driver-partners in Pakistan, has introduced a new feature that would help Bykea Driver Partners earn more while being effortlessly simple for the customer.
Whenever a driver-partner spots a potential passenger waiting for a bus and/or a cab in the public, he can approach the person and give them a ride using this new Offline Rides feature even if the passenger is using an old feature phone. This new feature carries benefits for both the driver-partners and the customers.
Transparency: Hailing a cab or a rickshaw is a daunting process with challenges mostly revolving around pricing as arriving at a mutually agreeable fare is still a bone of contention between a cabbie and the passengers due to the non-existent metered fare culture.
Low costs: Offline Rides will result in reduced costs as the driver-partner will be able to instantly find a ride after completing an online ride, saving on fuel and time.
Trust: When a potential passenger sees a driver-partner wearing their Bykea-issued helmet and jacket, it will have a two-fold effect: First, it builds trust and reliability because there’s a clear indication of the driver partner’s affiliation with Bykea. Second, any potential customer can just approach a driver-partner in public instead of the Bykea driver-partner looking for a customer.
Mobility should be easy and convenient, and Offline Rides take away the constraints of traditional ride-hailing apps while giving the same experience.
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