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All about Bird Electric Scooters

 

The face of transportation has experienced an overhaul in the last decade with the introduction of online-based transport services like Uber. Companies like Uber and Lyft are encouraging rideshare where riders can leave their cars at home and request a driver to pick them from their location. According to Uber, the aim is to simplify transportation and make the process as seamless as running water.

Over the years, many startups have introduced simpler ways of travelling with bike-share, car-pooling, and even sharing vans and buses. Now Bird, a scooter-sharing company is looking to accomplish the same feat with electric scoters. The San Francisco based Bird has been described as “the Uber for scooters”. With Uber leading the pack in ridesharing, Bird is hoping to change the face of transportation by using electric scooters.

 

More about Bird Electric Scooters

Bird is an electric scooter sharing company based in San Francisco. The company was founded by Travis VanderZanden, a former Uber and Lyft executive in 2017. Based in San Francisco, the company raised $100 million series B funding in April 2018 bringing the company’s valuation to $300 million.

Since its launch in 2017, the company has recorded over 250,000 rides on these scooters across Santa Monica. The electric scooters come equipped with a motor, battery and GPS.  According to the company’s CEO, the aim is to reduce car ownership and pollution in the environment.

Bird Electric Scooters

 

How to use Bird Electric Scooters

To use a bird scooter, you have to be:

  1. At least 18 years old
  2. Have your helmet with you
  3. Be a licensed driver

 

How much does it cost?

These Bird electric scooters reach a speed of 15mph and also come equipped with brakes. Riders will pay $1 to unlock the bike and begin the trip and an additional 15 cents per minute traveled.

 

How to Request Bird Electric Scooters

  • Download the Bird app on iPhone or Android
  • Register and log in
  • Find the nearest Bird scooter. The app will show you the battery level of the scooters shown to you on the map.
  • Locate the scooter, tap the unlock button on the app and scan the scooter’s QR code.
  • Scan your driver’s license
  • You are ready to ride your scooter

 

Feedback

Bird issued a statement in April 2018 saying that San Francisco officials are trying to shut down the service. The presence of scooters all over the streets of San Francisco has met with mixed reactions with many claiming they are creating a nuisance. This isn’t solely the fault of Bird as other competitors like Spin and Limeback also launched electric scooters.

To clean up the streets, Bird is recruiting chargers all over the city to gather these scooters at night and charge them. The scooters will be taken out in morning for riders to use during the day.

Do you want to become a charger and earn $5 for each Bird you charge? Go here to register.

 

 

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The New Uber Wait Time Will Charge You For Being Late

 

Uber is known for offering a service that is affordable and above all, convenient. Users can request a ride from the comfort of their homes and wait till the ride arrives and is waiting before leaving home. The previous Uber wait time allowed the convenience users craved. Users had a 5 minutes grace period to get from their location to the waiting ride. According to Uber, many riders have misused this generosity by making drivers wait longer than the allotted 5 minutes. Uber Wait Time

 

The New Uber Wait Time Explained

Well no more; Uber’s new policy embodies the saying “you snooze, you lose”. If you are not at the car after 2 minutes of the Uber arriving, Uber begins to charge you the “per minute rate” for your city. This is added to the total fare at the end of the ride. This policy piloted in NYC, New Jersey, Phoenix and Dallas and has moved to other markets like Singapore. Drivers are free to drive off if the rider is 2 minutes late and they won’t incur a penalty. Furthermore, Users will be charged a “no show” fee if they don’t get into the car within 5 minutes of the driver arriving.

“Drivers’ time is valuable, and while we expect riders to request a ride only once they’re ready, we know that waiting for a rider at their pickup location can be frustrating. In select cities we are running a small pilot so that drivers are compensated for their time even when riders are running a bit late or have a change of plans. When riders and drivers are respectful of each other’s time, the whole system runs more smoothly and the Uber experience improves for everyone” Uber tells Techcrunch who first broke the news.

This is a little tricky as Uber’s ETA for drivers isn’t always accurate. Many users have called out the rideshare giant by pointing to the fact that drivers do not usually arrive as estimated by the app. Sometimes, drivers arrive minutes early or several minutes later than estimated. Making users wait outside for a ride to arrive goes against all that Uber is known for which is primarily convenience. Users will rather opt for hailing local taxis when they are ready.

 

 What We Think

These changes seem uncharacteristic as Uber has always been customer-centric. This new Uber wait time seems to be totally focused on drivers with no benefit to riders. It fails to put into consideration the elderly; people who live in high rise buildings and those who have some difficulty walking. It might take up to 5 minutes to get from your building to the gate if you fall into any of the aforementioned category. It seems Uber is anxious to please its drivers to prevent them from moving to competitors.

On the other hand, it might just be advisable for users to request a ride when they are ready. Monitor the driver’s arrival on the app and as your ride gets closer, make your descent to the pick-up spot. This will be a win-win for all involved.

 

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Uber Sells To Yandex Taxi In Russia

 

Rideshare giant Uber sold its stake in Russia to Russian based competitor, Yandex Taxi thus signaling the end of Uber in Russia. The company merged with Yandex Taxi in July 2017 after investing $225 million into the venture. According to CNBC news, Uber will own 36.6 percent of the company while Yandex Taxi will keep about 59 percent. The rest will be shared among employees of the company. Yandex TaxiYandex invested $100 million into the venture and the company is now valued at about $3.725 billion. The company will operate in in Russia, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, and Georgia.

 

Yandex Taxi

Yandex Taxi is a subsidiary of Yandex, a Russian search engine. It is also Russia’s biggest online taxi hailing service. Yandex Taxi lets users order an official taxi on the website or via the app without calling a dispatcher. Before the merger, Yandex Taxi was reportedly used by about 200 Russian taxi companies that conveyed passengers by operating about 20,000 taxi cabs. Since the merger, the company has grown tremendously.

 

How to use Yandex Taxi

  • Download the app on your Android device or iPhone
  • Enter your pickup location. The service automatically determines your location. Proceed to tap “Next” if you want to confirm your location.
  • Click To and enter your destination address; this allows a fixed fare to be calculated for your ride.
  • According to Yandex Taxi website, you have the opportunity “to enter up to three intermediary addresses (tap +). You can only make changes to a route that includes intermediary addresses while placing your order.”
  • Choose a type of service and select your payment method. You can switch payment method from cash to card.
  • A comments section is provided for any additional information that will aid the driver find you.
  • Complete the ride request by clicking “Order taxi”.

 

Conclusion

This isn’t the first time Uber will be surrendering to competition in a region. The company announced in March 2018 that it will be exiting Southeast Asia and selling its business to rival, Grab. In August 2016, Uber’s former CEO, Travis Kalanick issued a statement on his Facebook page confirming news that Uber’s China Business will be uncharacteristically merging with Didi chuxing, a Chinese ridesharing giant. Healthy rivalry is good for any industry. The goal is to provide affordable and convenient transport solutions to riders all over the world. These mergers seem to be doing just that.

 

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Self-driving Company nuTonomy Partners With Lyft

 

Lyft  is set to take on the future and compete fairly in the future of rideshare by debuting self-driving cars in Boston. Lyft partnered with self-driving company nuTonomy to pilot its first set of self-driving vehicles. This service was rolled out at the end of 2017 and riders are being randomly matched with these self-driving cars. However, these vehicles are not completely autonomous; a human driver is placed behind the wheel to take over if the need arises. The pilot began in Boston’s Seaport district and will hopefully move to other cities soon.

Lyft announced this partnership with nuTonomy earlier in 2017 and then piloted the service at the end of the year. According to nuTonomy, the aim of this partnership is two folds: ‘First, we want to let members of the public experience driverless vehicles firsthand, so they can better understand the impact this new technology will have on their lives. Second, based on feedback from pilot participants, nuTonomy’s engineers will adapt and improve our system, so that we can deliver an autonomous transportation experience that is extremely safe, efficient, and comfortable.’ nuTonomy

 

So how will it work?

NuTonomy has been operating self-driving vehicles in Boston since January of 2017. Tests were carried out in a park somewhere safe within Boston out of the way of regular traffic. As the service is now fully operational, riders will be randomly paired with one of these self-driving nuTonomy cars.  All you do is request a ride with Lyft and you could be paired with a self-driving car.

 

Conclusion

This timely development couldn’t have come at a better time for Lyft. The company’s biggest rival Uber has been beset with many unfortunate incidents and even experienced a change in management. The roll out of a driverless service without any incident helped to put Lyft at the forefront of rideshare. However, the company’s rival Uber is also testing its driverless vehicles in Pittsburgh. Uber also working with Hyundai and has acquired OTTO – the self-driving truck technology company. Already, we have more people embracing the concept of driverless cars. It is safe to say that the future of driving will see most vehicles becoming partly or fully autonomous.

 

 

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Uber Freight: How It Works

 

The trucking industry in America is valued at a whooping $700 billion-a-year. As the face of the auto industry is changing, the trucking industry is experiencing a revamp of its own. The rideshare model and the autonomous driving technology are being introduced into trucking. The aim is to simplify the process of engaging trucks and also reduce the stress on truck drivers and owners. Already at the forefront of rideshare and web based transportation services, Uber is taking on freight as well with Uber Freight. uber freight

With the aim of eliminating the middleman, Uber freight links carriers with shippers. Through an app, carriers book the load they want to transport and they can see immediately how much they will be paid. To make things easier, the app is free to use. All carriers are paid within 7 days.

 

 

Who is Eligible to register on Uber Freight?

  • Only carriers with authorized carriers with MC or DOT numbers are eligible
  • Sign up on the Uber freight website and select if you are a carrier or shipper
  • Expect to be contacted by company representatives
  • You will be asked to submit a few documents to confirm that you are an authorized carrier
  • Have No Conditional or Unsatisfactory Safety Rating

 

 

You must submit the following as well:

  • Proof of Insurance
  • Bank Account Information to make your payments through direct deposits

 

How does it work?

  • First download the app on iphone or android then register/signup
  • Select the load you are interested in carrying
  • Book it and the app will confirm it
  • The type of freight currently available is 53’ dry van and reefer.
  • Carriers are paid within 7 days of receiving an accepted proof of delivery
  • Uber freight also pays for accessorials for loads booked via the app.

 

Conclusion

Typically, shipping companies get matched with carriers through brokerage firms and the broker takes a commission. With Uber freight, carriers have the luxury of deciding which load they want to carry at their convenience. Uber believes by eliminating the middle man, the entire matching process is cost effective for all parties involved.

 

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More About Truxx; A Truck Sharing Start-up

 

Trucking is an integral part of any economy. Moving items across town, from city to city and even cross country is part of everyday life. It can be nerve wracking organising vehicles to convey your loads to a preferred destination. If the items to be moved are very large in size, trucks or pickups will have to be utilised. Everything used to be so manual: contacting a trucking company or van owner; booking their services and then following up until the driver arrives to pick up your items. The entire process can take a toll.

In a bid to simplify the process of engaging truckers and van drivers, the rideshare model is being incorporated into the trucking industry. The industry is embracing the concept of ridesharing. Truxx, a truck sharing start-up was founded to act as an intermediary between those who need large vehicles and such vehicle owners in their community. Whether as a last-minute need or to be scheduled for later use, Truxx aims to meet this need.

 

How does it work? Truxx

Using the Truxx free mobile app, users can place a request for a pick up or van driver to help him/her move items. These van owners can even be neighbours who have listed their vehicles on the app. The company has termed the service “your buddy, with a truck.”

 

Types of products Available

TruxxMe

This product serves users who do not need help loading items into and off the vehicle. They just need the driver and the vehicle to help convey the load to their requested destination. This will cost users about $25 per half hour.

 

TruxxHelp

With this offer, the driver will help the user load and unload the vehicle. The user will be charged about $35 per half hour.

 

TruxxRetail

This covers the partnership Truxx has with retail stores and services like Shop Your Way. Users stand to earn Cash Back in points to shop in select stores.

 

Drive with Truxx

 

To become a driver, go here

  • Please note that you will undergo back ground checks
  • You will also be asked to present certain regulatory and mandatory documents to prove driving eligibility.
  • Drivers will earn 70% of whatever the customer is charged. You will be reimbursed for toll fees and all tips will be given to you.
  • Drivers are paid within five business days.

 

It is impressive to see start-ups vying to change the face of the trucking industry.

 

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Using Uber in Atlanta ATL Airport

 

Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport (ATL) is regarded as the busiest airport in the world. With 207 international and domestic gates, over 100 million people pass through this airport annually. It is normal to feel lost when confronted by this amount of traffic and getting a ride out of the airport can seem like a daunting task. Whether visiting or returning home, using Uber in Atlanta ATL airport is a good way to go.

The Uber services available in Atlanta are the non-commercial UberX, UberSELECT and UberXL and the commercial UberBLACK and UberSUV.

UberX is the mid-tier priced Uber service, and it also gets the most patronage from Uber passengers across the globe for this reason. UberXL is the 6 passenger version of UberX. It is dominated by inexpensive but nice vehicles that can carry more passengers than the UberX. You can say it is the larger version of the UberX service. UberSELECT vehicles are classy mid-tier level luxury cars. UberBLACK riders should expect to be picked up by professionally trained drivers who dress to suit the service. UberSUV is the 6 passenger version of UberBLACK

In 2017, the Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport began the construction of giant canopies to cover the curb area of the airport. Due to this development, Uber riders requesting UberPOOL, UberX, UberXL, or UberSELECT rides will have to take a walk to designated South & North Economy Lots at the domestic terminal to get picked up. Wait till you get to the designated lots before placing a ride request.  Uber in Atlanta

According to Uber, riders will have to follow these steps to get picked up:

 

South Terminal

  • Gather your luggage from baggage claim then follow the Rideshare signs situated by the South Baggage Claim 5.
  • Ride the escalator that leads to the lower arrivals level and exit through the door marked “LS2”.
  • When you get to the Rideshare Pickup zone, place a ride request. The walk to the pickup zone will take an average of 5 minutes depending on the amount of luggage you will be handling. Be sure to wait till you get to the pickup zone before placing a request. Drivers are charged for waiting in the lot for more than 15 minutes. This way, you are already waiting and your driver doesn’t have to be charged for parking fees.

 

North Terminal

 

  • Gather your luggage from baggage claim then follow the Rideshare signs situated by the North Baggage Claim 4.
  • Ride the escalator that leads to the lower Arrivals level and exit through the door marked “LN2”.
  • Walk about 800 feet to the rideshare pickup zone then place your ride request.
  • Text or call your driver and let him or her know where exactly in the zone you are waiting.

 

UberBLACK and UberSUV Ride Requests

UberBLACK and UberSUV riders will be picked up “curbside from the lower Arrivals level of either Domestic Terminals.”

 

Conclusion

It is expected that the construction going on at the Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport will take about 2 years. Things should return to normal after the project is completed. Using Uber still remains as seamless as possible and riders can ride in comfort and ease.

 

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How Uber Rival Karhoo Closed For Business

 

Rideshare is becoming widely popular with people all over the world embracing this mode of travelling or commuting. As a pioneer in rideshare, Uber has faced competition from other companies who aim to take on the rideshare giant in different territories. Karhoo was one of such companies. Sometimes these competitors triumphed after a fierce rivalry with Uber. In August 2016, Uber’s former CEO, Travis Kalanick issued a statement on his Facebook page confirming news that Uber’s China Business will be uncharacteristically merging with Didi chuxing, a Chinese ridesharing giant. This was an unprecedented move as Uber is known worldwide for its aggressive territorial stance in countries where it operates.

In March 2018, Uber stated that it will be exiting Southeast Asia and selling its operations in the region to rival Grab. While these are quite shocking, we must note that there are only three instances so far where Uber gave in to competition. Karhoo

Karhoo, founded in 2014 which sought to incentivize drivers by charging 10 percent commission, sadly ceased operations in 2016 citing shortage of funds. It was reported that the company raised about 250 million dollars but blew through the funds. The company is yet to confirm these reports till date. The company issued the following statement below:

“It is with much regret that we have to announce that Karhoo has had to close its service and is now looking at the next steps for the business. The Karhoo staff around the world in London, New York, Singapore and Tel Aviv have, over the past 18-months, worked tirelessly to make Karhoo a success. Many of them have worked unpaid for the last six weeks in an effort to get the business to a better place.

Unfortunately, by the time the new management team took control last week, it was clear that the financial situation was pretty dire, and Karhoo was not able to find a backer. We would like to thank our staff, our partners, the fleets around the world that shared our vision, and the hundreds of thousands of people who downloaded the app and supported what we were trying to do.

The world needs a Karhoo.”

 

What We Think

This doesn’t come as quite a shock. Most startups thrive by taking huge risks which can result in positive or negative growth. This is why we see startups rallying to raise funds from various investors so that these risks have some financial backing and do not end up crippling the company. Uber continues to dominate the rideshare industry after an infusion of funds from various investors. The company is now valued at a whooping $60 billion and counting.

Karhoo’s decision to charge drivers 10 percent commission seemed like a good move at first but with dire consequences. Big companies like Uber and Lyft charge driver 20 – 25 percent commission on each ride. Rideshare companies need money to function and the commission charged off rides is a huge avenue for making back the money expended on growth pursuits.

The news making rounds is that Karhoo is poised to make a comeback after being acquired by financial arm of auto giant, Renault. We look forward to seeing how the company manages this new opportunity to compete again in the rideshare industry.

 

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More About Careem- Fast Rising Uber Rival

 

Many cities are subscribing to ride sharing to ease traffic congestion and air pollution. Ride share and car pooling are geared towards reducing the carbon footprint in our environment. Also, providing affordable transportation plays an important role in the spurt of rideshare companies globally. This has seen the emergence of a plethora of rideshare startups striving to compete in the industry. By reducing the number of cars on the road and providing affordable transport services, rideshare companies are fast becoming the preferred mode of commute.  Uber, a pioneer in ride share is facing competition in various cities. careem

Careem, a transport company based in Dubai is giving Uber a run for its money in the Middle East, North Africa and South Asia. With presence in 13 countries and over 90 cities, Careem is offering a service that seems to be driver-focused. While also offering impressive services to riders, Careem drivers who are labeled as “Captains” are made to feel that they matter in the scheme of things.

 

More About Careem

The company which started as a web-based car booking service was founded in 2012 by Mudassir Sheikha and Magnus Olsson. Careem is currently valued at $1 billion after a series of funding. In 2017, the company announced that it will be extending maternity leave for women and hopes to have a female workforce of 20,000 by the year 2020.

 

Become a Careem driver

To drive for Careem, all drivers must meet the following requirements:

  • Be at least 18 years old
  • Have a valid driver’s license
  • Have a smart phone
  • Have a car that meets your city requirements
  • Undergo screening tests including drug tests, criminal background checks, credit checks and even driving tests.

Once you have passed required checks, you now have the opportunity to earn money on your own schedule as a captain.

 

Ride With Careem

How does it work?

  • Download the Careem app
  • Register to drive
  • Select your preferred car and book now and schedule for later
  • Receive your captain’s details
  • Track your captain’s ETA

 

Conclusion

In Egypt, Uber and Careem have faced stiff protests from local taxi drivers who feel that TNCs enjoy unmerited favor from the government. About 40 Local taxi drivers filed a suit for the government to suspend Uber and Careem’s operating licenses, citing that these TNCs violated Egyptian traffic laws. The ban was suspended by Egypt’s Judiciary court and both companies are operating with no hassles currently.

Careem is expanding and has even introduced a scooter service in Egypt. Uber and Careem seem to be competing fairly for now and both are enjoying tremendous success in the region.

 

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What To Know About ORide Rideshare

 

Rideshare is becoming more popular globally and is fast becoming the preferred way to ride. The Uber business model has been adopted by various business and we have seen interesting variants of the rideshare business. Interestingly, new entrants into the industry have tried to take on Uber in various cities but Uber has proven itself to be a tough competitor to beat.

Uber has come under fire in the past for its perceived relaxed method of registering drivers. Other times, governments in various cities have expressed concerns about passenger data collected by Uber and other similar companies by citing privacy issues. Rideshare companies have opined that data collection and storage is instrumental to running a seamless online-based transport service.

Now, an Ottawa based startup called ORide has stated that it is possible to run a rideshare business and limit the amount of data collected by the rideshare company. By using a technology called “Oblivious Ride”, user travel details are encrypted and hidden from even the app developers. Only the chosen driver is privy to the rider’s travel data.

 

More About ORide ORide

A group of scientists from the Polytechnic Institute in Lausanne and Lausanne University came together to develop the Oride application.

With the aim of protecting user privacy, ORide launched in August 2016 and now has hundreds of registered drivers. Now, the company is seeking to expand into Thunder Bay, Sudbury.

 

How It Works for Riders

  • Register on the website or download the app
  • Your phone number will be requested and verified
  • Enter pickup location and destination
  • Enter credit card details
  • Then book your ride. User will be matched to the nearest driver.

 

Become an ORide Driver

Driver Requirements

  • Be at least 21 years old.
  • Have a 4-door vehicle, SUV, Mini-Van, and others
  • Vehicle must be 2006 or newer.
  • Have a valid G driver’s license
  • Have vehicle insurance.
  • No prior criminal record.
  • Vehicle Safety Standard Certificate

 

To sign up visit the website here and enter the following details:

  • Driver’s License
  • Vehicle Insurance
  • Vehicle registration
  • Your photograph
  • Void cheque to provide bank information for Direct Deposit
  • Upload photo

 

Please note that ORide deducts a commission of 15% on every ride. Drivers are paid every Friday weekly via direct deposit into the driver’s bank account.

To learn more, visit the website here.

 

Conclusion

It is important to protect user details from unscrupulous data harvesters and hackers. Rideshare companies can do well to ensure user data are not used for selfish gains. ORide seems to be customer-centric and we hope to see this move emulated by other rideshare companies.

 

Photo credit: http://www.oridetechnologies.com/

 

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