Zbee starts Ride Sharing Services

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NewZNew (Chandigarh) : Monsoon calls for terrible traffic jams and the idea of driving a car in these jams even for a short distance can be petrifying. In order to cut short this trouble, the premium last mile connecting electric vehicle- Zbee, has introduced ride sharing service for its users, helping those who are willing to travel with colleagues/ friends or strangers and want to save the cost by splitting the money. This facility will be available at an economical cost of Rs 30/- on a sharing basis of two; from 8am in the morning to 9pm at night. To get free pick up right at the comfort of your doorsteps, you can dial 9643582646 or 9643582647. Zbee currently covers places in and around DLF Cyber City.

In addition to ride sharing facility, Zbee has also extended its services by adding two more building stops- DLF Square and Building no. 5 in its existing route (DLF Ph 2 and Ph 3, and connecting all the leading corporate buildings of the area such as IndusInd Bank, Ericsson India, Vodafone, and Standard Chartered Bank, as well as the residential buildings such as Belvedere Park, with DLF Cyberhub) in Gurgaon’s DLF Cyber City region. Started in the month of March, Zbee has emerged as a preferred mode of commutation for people in the region, in a small period of 4 months. Zbee is a creation of extensive research by the product development team which is supported by the design, R&D and quality check specialists of Swedish company – Clean Motion AB.  Clean Motion India, which is the Indian arm of the Swedish company, is very upbeat about the Indian market where last mile connectivity is an important concern.

Speaking on this newly added ride sharing service, Anil Arora, Country Head, Clean Motion India, said, “Monsoon is a dreadful time to drive. What adds to the woes is the traffic jams everywhere which can be exhausting. Aiming at providing greater customer comfort, we thought of introducing ride sharing service, which are not just cost effective but also saves time.”

Arora further goes on to say, “Going through the positive response that we have received so far in a short period of 4 months, we are planning to expand our services, within which the step is addition of stoppages for Zbee in DLF Cyber Hub region.”