Careem opens registrations for women-driven motorbike service

Careem opens registrations for women-driven motorbike service

Careem, in celebration of International Women’s Day, will soon roll out a motorbike service with only female drivers. Starting in Karachi, the service will eventually expand throughout the rest of Pakistan. For the opportunity to earn more freedom in your schedule, Careem encourages women to sign up as Captains.

Careem ensures a minimum monthly payment of PKR 30,000 for the 5-hour model and PKR 50,000 for the 10-hour model of their service. In addition, female motorbike Captains on Careem receive preferential treatment on the company’s safety and security helpline and zero percent commission. Women who are interested in the service can check out the Careem Captain Facebook page or head to the DHA or Gulshan Careem opportunity facility.

More than 1,700 women are currently employed as Captains with Careem, and they drive customers in a variety of cars. To encourage more women to drive for Careem, the company recently implemented an incentive structure for all female Captains, regardless of the type of vehicle they operate.

With the introduction of its new women-driven motorbike service, Careem has made it possible for its enormous customer base of women, including regular office and university attendees, to receive economical yet safe and reliable transportation despite rising inflation. It paves the way for women in Pakistan to gain economic independence and secure roles as Captains by providing them with a range of opportunities to earn money.

In regards to the new service, Imran Saleem, General Manager of Ride-Hailing at Careem Pakistan, said, “Our society would not function as it does without women, and women make up a sizable portion of our clientele. Access to safe, reliable, and affordable transportation is a major barrier for women, and Careem’s women-driven motorbike service will help our customers overcome this obstacle. It is especially important to have access to cheap modes of transportation now when the economy has made it more difficult for single-income households to make ends meet. We are pleased to play a role in establishing new means of financial independence for the people of Pakistan.”

Careem’s new service will help them achieve their goals of making people’s lives easier and better and creating a company that motivates and excites its employees. The initiative also bolsters Careem’s continuing efforts to advance women’s rights in Pakistan. The group helps women reclaim public spaces and take charge of their own destinies by providing them with the materials they need to become successful taxi drivers.