Careem, a ride-hailing service which is running successfully in Pakistan has done successful experiments on providing customers with something new and convenient. Like economy, business and Wi-Fi cars now Careem is gearing up to launch Tezz. Tezz is a new Rickshaw Service initiative by Careem. Before Careem, Uber already launched Rickshaw Service in Karachi.
Rickshaw are part of every city and is a cultural ride in Pakistan. Careem will give it a new touch of rate and comfort.
The project starts today in Karachi and Lahore. Careem aims to expand this in other cities too.
The rates are quite reasonable. According to news Tezz will charge a base rate Rs. 60 and a minimum fare of Rs. 75. It will be available to limited users.
Junaid Iqbal who is the MD of Careem Pakistan said,
“Rickshaws are the transport lifeline for Pakistan’s urban populace. They operate out of stands, which makes for highly inefficient dispatching. We are doing a pilot project to see how well our technology can help accentuate the incomes of rickshaw drivers and provide a more economical option for commuters, woven with the ease that our technology provides.”
He further added,
“Careem will not compromise on the quality service that everyone loves. All Careem Captains will undergo thorough background checks and customer service trainings while all Tezz vehicles will be inspected as well.”
Careem is trying its best to facilitate its users and it is also successfully doing that. Wait and watch what’s next!