Own Report: Ola 'Self-Drive Car Service' launches commercially in Bengaluru.
The service was operational in that city for a long time.
According to the company, if this initiative is commercially successful, then Ola 'Self-Drive Car Service' will be launched in other cities of India.
According to the agency, 20,000 cars will be dropped under this project by 2021.
About US $ 100 million has been allocated for this.
According to the organization's plan, the service will be rolled out gradually in Hyderabad, Mumbai and Delhi after Bengaluru.
Several steps are being taken to eliminate the problem.
Multiple arrangements, including real-time tracking, a 24-hour emergency helpline, an emergency button.
Ola also plans to give its customers 5 percent extra advantage over other competing companies in the market.
The car is leased to the service, but the company is thinking of only charging customers per kilometer.
That is, the number of kilometers the customer will drive, will only be on the freight side of the setuku.
The company is not thinking about taking any additional charge per hour.