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Exploring Cheapest Car Ride Services in Europe

Car Ride Services to use in EU

Car ride services, such as Uber, have become increasingly popular throughout Europe in recent years. These services allow individuals to easily request a ride through a mobile app and be picked up by a nearby driver. However, depending on where you are Uber may not be the cheapest option to travel with – that is why you should take a look at these alternatives.

In many European cities, these ride services have become a convenient and cost-effective alternative to traditional taxis (especially due to a culture of fraudulent behavior in many European countries). So when you arrive in the new country via boat or Airplane it’s smart to install the app beforehand or at the location before jumping into an overpriced local taxi service that may end up costing 2-5x more than ride services.

Pay in mind that in one country Uber may be cheaper, but in another, it’s not and there is a better alternative that can save you a lot of money.


 

Uber is a transportation network company that offers ride-sharing services through a mobile app. Founded in 2009, Uber operates in over 900 metropolitan areas globally, providing individuals with a convenient and affordable way to travel.

The experience you may have with the Uber app in Europe might be different from its native land of America, things like Uber Eats and some premium riding options may not be available in certain European countries.


 

Bolt, formerly known as Taxify, is a ride-sharing company that operates in over 150 cities across Europe, Africa, Asia, and Australia. Like other ride-sharing services, Bolt allows customers to request a ride through its mobile app and be picked up by a nearby driver.

Bolt’s main selling point is its affordability, with prices typically lower than those of traditional taxis and other ride-sharing services. Bolt also offers a variety of vehicle options, including standard cars, larger vehicles for groups, and electric scooters in some cities.


 

Yango is a ride-hailing service that operates in several cities across Europe and Africa, including Moscow, Kyiv, and Tbilisi. Yango is part of the Yandex Group, a Russian technology company that provides a range of services, including search engines, maps, and ride-hailing.

Yango has quite a limited pool of countries in which they currently operate, however, as of right now, they got a high market share in Finland due to being the cheapest option.


 

Gett is a global on-demand ride-hailing and a taxi-booking company that provides a mobile application platform for both consumers and businesses. The company was founded in Israel in 2010 and has since expanded to over 100 cities worldwide, including London, Moscow, New York, and Tel Aviv.

Gett’s mobile app allows customers to book rides in real-time, pre-book future rides, and track their driver’s location. The app also offers a range of payment options, including credit card, PayPal, and in-app payment. Gett’s primary focus is on the corporate market, offering businesses a simplified billing process, centralized management, and a secure transportation service.


 

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