A rapidly growing European cab ordering application christened as one of the top rivals of Uber has been unveiled in Bristol.
Bolt began in Estonia expanded to the United Kingdom in 2019 when the app became accessible in London. This brought an alternative to traditional taxis and other ordering apps like Uber and it is currently extending countrywide.
To honor its Bristol unveiling, Bolt is providing half the cost trips from noon until 11:59 PM tomorrow, Oct 16. The ride ordering app hopes it will be useful for Bristol City FC supporters moving to Ashton Gate to see Bournemouth play with The Robins.
Passengers must key in the code ‘ASHTONGATE’ on the promotions area of the Bolt application to demand the discount. This iis only open to the initial 500 users and is limited at £5 per trip.
Bolt, the rapidly evolving mobility platform in the universe has turned out to be among the closest rivals of Uber because of its cost-effective prices. The firm maintains it is the transport application created with your pouch and wallet in mind.
The standard price for a Bolt ride in Bristol begins at £3.50, as the medium per-mile charge is £1.15. Also, the rate-per-minute is £0.15. The ride ordering app usually gives cuts which it markets on the application and its social media platforms.
Bolt states its trips in Europe are too100% carbon neutral as an element of its ‘Green Plan’ which is a lasting commitment to lessen the ecological track of the firm.
The transportation application also states that it is ardent to offer a “definite experience” for its operators and also customers, giving bonuses and urging passengers to reward when they are charmed with the service they have experienced.
After its latest unveiling in Cambridge, Portsmouth and Cambridge, Bolt’s recent extension in the south West implies the ride-sharing application has a presence in twelve towns around the United Kingdom.