Uber is now stepping into its bike service named UberMoto in Bangalore today. It seems that the company is looking to set up an extra revenue stream by offering minimal effort bike rides, and further tackle Ola’s just launched Micro and other comparative ease driving services.
Uber Launches Its Bike Service UberMoto In Bangalore
UberMoto was propelled in Bangkok and Bangalore will be the second city in the world to get this service. Tolls from the ride will begin from as low as 3 per kilometer.
Apparently, Uber is beginning this services as Bangalore is experiencing the comparable issue of activity blockage like Bangkok. While the service is being propelled in Bangalore on a pilot premise, the organization has plans to grow it to different cities of India also, if the pilot in Bangalore works out well.
UberMOTO ride comes with all safety features, including live GPS following, two-way feedback, and the capacity to share trip details to family and companions.
The company will be charging a 20% commission on every ride and will give the traveler a choice to pay with either money or credit and give an electronic receipt.
Prior, Uber had launched its carpooling administration in Delhi and Bangalore, only a couple of weeks before the odd-even analysis. It had additionally propelled a comparative examination in India for car services – Ubercar in April 2015. However, it close down the services soon after 8 months.