Little Cabs Kenya Description
Little cabs Kenya is a relatively new Kenyan taxi company, which is actively searching for professional taxi drivers. Little Cabs Kenya is a cab-hailing mobile phone app service bringing technology and transport together to offer a little better riding experience. Safaricom is partnering with Little Cab to power the technology platform on which the app operates.
Little Cabs Kenya is also empowering driver-entrepreneurs with rewarding earning opportunities.
What makes your Little Ride Special
♦ Secure cashless payments via Lipa Na M-PESA
♦ Free Wi-Fi for you while on your trip
♦ Share trip details with loved ones while on a trip
♦ Live fare updates while on the trip
♦ Fare estimate before the trip
♦ Choose your ride- from a more affordable Basic Ride, an ordinary Comfort ride, or get a lady driver with Lady Bug
♦ Choose your favorite FM Radio station or pick silence from the app
♦ Corporate rides for businesses
♦ Book via registered Lipa Na M-PESA merchants
♦ No price surges
Little Cabs Kenya Requirements
Below are requirements for one to be a Little Cab Partner in Kenya either as a driver or as a fleet owner.
♦ PIN certificate
♦ National ID
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The requirements are below:
♦ Certificate of good conduct
♦ Valid driving license
♦ Valid PSV license
♦ PIN certificate
♦ National ID
♦ Passport photograph- We take these ourselves
♦ Required to file a declaration form
♦ Authorization form for screening purposes.
Little Cabs Kenya Vehicle- Requirements
The requirements are below:
♦ Fully PSV registered a vehicle with an inspection sticker
♦ PSV insurance for the vehicle
♦ Copy of Log Book and NTSA inspection report
♦ The vehicle must pass our inspection
♦ Music Copyright Society of Kenya sticker
Little Cabs Kenya Contact
♦ Twitter: https://twitter.com/LittleRideKE
♦ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LittleRideKE/
♦ Email: support.little.bz
♦ Website: http://www.little.co.ke
♦ Telephone: 0709 044000
♦ Location: Craft Silicon Campus, Musa Gitau Road off Waiyaki Way
Kenya ride-hailing firm Little has big plans for Africa expansion
NAIROBI, Feb 22 (Reuters) – Kenyan ride-hailing company Little is expanding to Tanzania and Ghana by May and plans to raise about $50 million more from investors, its chief executive officer said on Friday.
Little, which competes with global players Uber and Taxify in Kenya, is valued at about $70 million to $75 million, Chief Executive Kamal Budhabhatti said, a minnow compared to rivals but it has aimed to expand across Africa.
The company will offer rides in Tanzania’s commercial capital Dar es Salaam from next week and plans to launch in Accra by May, Budhabhatti said, adding to operations in Kenya, Uganda, and Zambia.
“We want to get into a lot more countries than what we are in at the moment,” Budhabhatti said.
He said Little was talking to investors to raise about $50 million in series A funding, the financing received when a start-up opens up to outside investors for the first time. It aims to finalize this by mid-2019.
“We are meeting a couple of investors, both on the continent and in Silicon Valley. The interest is there,” he said, adding that new funds would be used to develop technology and to expand to more countries. He did not name the potential investors.
Without the deep pockets of its ride-hailing rivals in the region, Little has been attracting drivers by encouraging them to offer extra services to earn money, Budhabhatti said.
“Our drivers are agents, they can sell insurance to you, they can sell (mobile) airtime, they can pay light and/or water bills, they can do all those little things around that increases that income,” he said.
Little, which has a marketing partnership with Kenya’s biggest mobile operator Safaricom, is also available to Kenyan customers who do not have a smartphone.
The company worked with mobile operators to introduce a code to identify a passenger’s location. “About 20 percent of our rides actually come from non-smartphones,” Budhabhatti said.
The company, which started up in 2016, has 10,000 registered drivers in Nairobi, with about 60 percent of those actions, and more than a million users on its platform across all markets, with more than 60 percent of those in Kenya, he said.
Uber, which has been operating in Kenya for four years, has 6,000 active drivers.
Little launched a bus service in January in Nairobi, on top of its car taxi service and motorcycle taxi service, known in Kenya as “Boda boda”. It is also looking at a delivery service.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Little Cabs Kenya
What is Little Cabs?
Little Cab is a fully owned taxi-hailing technology of Craft Silicon Ltd, a Kenyan company based in Westlands, Nairobi. It is a mobile phone app automated transport solution
Who can use little cabs?
This service is available to all registered customers who have a smartphone.
How much does the service cost?
Little Cab base cost is 270KES, 55 KES per kilometer and 4 KES per minute.
How does a driver join little Cabs
You can call their customer service line on (+254)792-800-526 on Monday through to Wednesday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm or visit their offices at Craft Silicon Campus, off waiyaki Highway along Musa Gitau Road near Deloitte’s Offices.
How do I contact Little Cabs
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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