Co-Founder and CEO of RentMyRide Sebastian Brokmann said since 2014, the company had seen more South Africans enter the sharing economy by listing their cars and making money from it when they were not using their cars themselves.
Since launching in Arusha, Tanzania last November, inDriver has expanded to Nairobi, Johannesburg and Cape Town. The company says it aims to enter cities in Nigeria, Kenya, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Uganda and Namibia next.
There have also been talks that Swvl is heading to Uganda, but nothing yet has been confirmed. Swvl is currently available in Cairo, Alexandria, and Nairobi, and it’s estimated that they’re doing really well in these cities.
HUCA will be able to appraise the status of used vehicles and motorcycles by collecting information about the vehicle. This will include the odometer setting, mileage, structural issues, and any other forms of damage.