Uber Moto launches its services in Islamabad and Rawalpindi

Uber Moto

Uber Moto:

PakTimes.Com brought to you good news. Now Uber Moto launches its services in twin cities Islamabad and Rawalpindi. Its a good news for Islamabad and Rawalpindi riders. Now, you can now ride on the back of a motorbike and get from one place to another in lesser time than ever before. Yes, it is right. Earlier, the Uber motto service was launched in Lahore and Karachi and now the company has started this service in twin cities as well. This service will enable the riders to commute at much cheaper rates.

 Service Rates:

The charges of this service are 3.25 Rs. per KM while the base fare is 30 Rs. So, if you travel 1 KM in one minute, you will be charged 45 Rs minimum fare.

Uber continues to showcase its reinforced commitment to Pakistan, developing a range of services to meet riders, drivers and cities needs and standards. It is a Californian United States based company which started its services back in 2009. Presently, Uber is operating in around 570 cities across 75 countries. Uber is working in 6 different continents.

 How it works:

  • Enter your drop off location and select Uber Moto.
  • Once your ride is matched up with a driver, you will receive their details.
  • Your Uber Moto driver will have one helmet for you. Put that on and hop on the back.

With Uber Moto you can have the cheapest transportation with the use of your smartphone. You won’t have to worry that your bill is going to be heavy on your wallet. This service is much economical for guys who live in hostels or are students. This service will earn a lot of fame due to its much cheaper and economical rates.

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