Quick Ride, a car and bike sharing platform, recently announced they have registered over two million consumers onto their platform and has already provided over 21 million carpooling trips since the company started up in 2015.
The Bengaluru-headquartered startup entered the market in 2015 and is currently operating in nine cities, including Bengaluru, Chennai, Hyderabad, Pune, Mumbai, Delhi-NCR, Kolkata, Kochi, and Thiruvanthapuram.
Out of two million users, most users are car owners and but quite a few are also bike owners and around 80 percent of the users are from the IT industry, Quick Ride Co-founder and CEO KNM Rao told reporters.
"On an average, we are doing around 90,000 carpool rides every day and out of it bike-pooling is around 8,000. Bengaluru tops the list with over 52,000 carpools every day," he said.
Since its launch in Hyderabad in 2017, Quick Ride has registered more than three lakh users in the city, he said.
"We have covered nine cities and now we want to go more deeper by further increasing the carpools every day (in the existing cities where it is operational) rather than (expanding in) more number of cities," Rao said.
Users can buy the points from Quick Ride, he added.
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