Pakistan’s first motorcycle taxi service comes in the twin cities Islamabad and Rawalpindi. Motorcycle taxi service aims to provide an affordable solution to traffic congestion. This service is introduced under the name of “Cargar”. Cargar, a new startup from Pakistan, is hoping to change all that. They are rolling out in Islamabad and Rawalpindi now, in near proximity of metro stations initially.
The startup launched its services on Monday 22nd 2016. They are planning to expand to Lahore and Karachi once they’ve established themselves in the twin cities of Rawalpindi-Islamabad. The launch is web-based for now, since they are developing a mobile app for the service. This can be a concern if you want to track your ride.
Cargar aims to economic optimization services, the solution to traffic congestion and pollute the free environment. After the successful launch of motorcycle taxi service, Cargar aims to launch taxi service as well just like Uber and Careem. Charges are fixed at Rs.15/km and Rs. 20 for service charges. Currently, two points of Cargar are F-8 Kachehry and G-9 Metro Stations.