When most people think about ride-sharing, the first company to come to mind is Uber. However in the Netherlands, Uber is usually the most expensive form of transportation, especially when you compare it to other countries is operates in in Europe.
Apart from the expense, some consumers don’t want to get into the mess of aggressive drivers or delayed arrivals, and they expect more personalised service. Some of them even like to self-drive from one location to another, after all, its way cheaper than Uber.
To meet these evolving demands, many startups in the Netherlands have come up with unique transport-sharing services which are great alternatives to Uber, they’re dependable, geeky and cost-effective. Take a look!
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