InDrive, a passenger transportation company, is expanding its services in five new cities in Pakistan, including Larkana, Kamoke, Sheikhopura, Hafizabad and Okara.
The motive of this process is to provide better, reliable, convenient, and seamless transportation facilities to passengers across the country.
“The launch of InDrive in these cities represents an important milestone and solidifies the company’s position as the first choice for modern, efficient, and affordable mobility,” the press release issued by the company said.
Sidra Khan, the company’s public relations manager, said: “Our new service allows city residents to take public transportation from their homes without having to look for public transportation.”
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She added that ride-hailing offers many benefits to small-town drivers, including flexible opportunities, reduced unemployment, additional income, improved community connectivity, and a positive contribution to the local economy.
“This expansion builds on InDrive’s mission to connect people and places while contributing to the growth and development of local people,” the press release concludes.