"LatAm Autos started as a classified business and we have transitioned to the transaction model, so basically we have created an app which enables the dealers to access financing, insurance, GPS and extended warranties by a simple click," said Jorge Mejia in his interview with Simon Baker.
Chinese-based Didi Chuxing announced that it will partner with financial institutions to offer drivers in Mexico and Brazil a bank card that allows them to receive income from daily transports in cash or enabling them to make purchases.
According to DiDi's Communications Director, Felipe Contreras, there is still no concrete date the Chinese-based company is due to launch in the Chilean capital, but it should take place during the second semester.
The Argentine capital is also in the spotlight of skateboard apps, ideal for short journeys of up to 5 kilometers, which monopolize a large part of the trips of the inhabitants of megalopolises such as Buenos Aires.
Jorge Luis Piedra, General Manager of the app, said that the promotions will be present on the platform, without representing a model of low prices. And for drivers, they will have a 15% commission, when the current average is 25%.