South Africa – 09-23-2019 (PRDistribution.com) — DRYVAR gets an edge over UBER by launching RSA’s first ehailing safety feature for Women.
It’s simple as Dryvar says NO to Women Abuse with their new feature!DRYVAR combines the best of an on-demand taxi service and hourly vehicle rental. With DRYVAR you can even rent a vehicle with a chauffeur without any credit card holding deposit. Our latest module for the app has the ability to choose a male or female driver when using the application. “This is vital to us as a company because safety and security is of paramount importance. Our customers experience plays the most important role, we want you to not only have an incredible experience but also feel safe doing so.” Says CEO Priven Reddy. This feature in is light of the alarming statistics of abuse, rape and murder of women in South Africa. On average a woman is killed every three hours in South Africa and in most cases the perpetrator is a man who is known to the woman.DRYVAR is currently the only active transport application in RSA that actually offers the options to choose the gender of the driver of the vehicle. Rightfully so this puts DRYVAR in a very favourable position amongst women in the country. Reddy says “We started work on this earlier this year. Women are speaking out, it’s important that they do so because we need to respect and value our women a lot more, I wanted DRYVAR to make them feel even more safer.”The DRYVAR application has great functionality too, the application is the smart way of travelling, all with your smart phone and three little taps. Tap and look for your ride, Tap and book your ride, Tap and complete your ride. Your tap brings the driver to you for the best riding experience of your life, each one better than the previous one. No hassles of direction giving as your driver know exactly where you want to go. Payment completed via your credit card or cash. Just sit back and enjoy your ride as at DRYVAR you are family!
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