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Zoomcar steps up services to aid Delhiites reeling under heavy pollution

MediaInfoline December 15, 2015

In light of the new odd – even rule introduced by the State government, Zoomcar, India’s first self-drive car rental company, introduced a series of alternate options to make commuting smooth and easy.

The new plan is in line with Zoomcar’s commitment to make transportation more accessible and to help people cope up with Delhi’s new odd – even traffic rule.  Zoomcar has designed special packages such as Zoom Commute to encourage corporates and office goers who are looking for an economic weekday commute option.

While Delhi has earned the ignominy of being the world’s most polluted state, the immediate need of the hour is to encourage people to adopt alternate mode of transportation. In fact, self-drive is also being majorly used for carpooling by people and thereby reducing the number of cars on the road.

Speaking on this, Greg Moran, CEO and Co-Founder, Zoomcar said, “We encourage our customers to use self-drive as an affordable alternative to owning cars which includes maintenance costs and depreciation among others. The world over self-drive is today seen as a green alternative to owning cars as it increases the functionality of cars, which end up being used only when it is absolutely necessary, thereby bringing down the overall number of cars on the road. Our professional teams also ensure that the maintenance of the vehicles are up to date and thereby alleviating the problems of vehicle management and pollution from the customers mind. We see this as a suitable option to check Delhi’s growing traffic concerns. ”

In an effort to make self-drive more accessible and convenient during a time of heightened traffic woes in the city, Zoomcar is all set to expand its doorstep services in Delhi. The company is committed towards helping people with the new odd-even rule and encouraging the idea of renting cars for their daily commute.



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