Tuesday, 29 September 2015

How Your Next Cab Ride Can Save the Environment and Your Budget

Shared cabs are fast emerging as an environmental friendly alternative to public transport in big cities. With their many economic benefits, shared Cabs in Delhi are here to stay.
A cab ride may seem like an unlikely way of saving the environment, but it is not as impossible as you may think. With shared cab rides now available for commuters in the NCR, you can now travel to work in comfort and not worry about your carbon footprints.

Rideshare, Safe and Cheap Cab or Taxi service in Delhi and NCR

Rideshare, Car-pool, sharing a cab or a taxi have all become very popular modes of transport for our daily commuters; like school children, office goers, students attending colleges, sports or tuition. With the increasing pace of life, there is now an ever increasing demand of new and innovative solutions like CabShare, to pace-up things for us.

Delhi is the Capital of India. It is the 2nd most populous city because of the vast urban expansion and this growth has gone beyond its boundaries to benefit the neighbouring towns in other states (referred to as NCR). It is the most polluted city in the World and owing to the air pollution it has a high death toll every year.

Monday, 21 September 2015

How Shared Cab Services in Delhi Promise Safe Ride for Women

With a number of innovative security features, cab services in Delhi are now targeting the growing population of women commuters. Sharing a ride is no longer a security threat.  

Until recently the idea of cab sharing in Delhi would seem foolhardy. Given the status of women security in the Capital, the idea was as good as asking for trouble. Luckily the internet has given us means that makes things safer and more efficient! Now you can get all the benefits of shared cabs with innovative security features.

Friday, 18 September 2015

How To Use Cabshare

If you are a first-time user, download the app. Register either with a unique sign in or through your Facebook login. Complete the verification of your mobile number. You are ready to search for a shared cab or to book a cab and share it with others.

Download the app from here –
App Download


Login with a unique sign in. Or, with your Facebook login.
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Wednesday, 9 September 2015

Cab Sharing Cheaper and Safer Option of Delhi NCR

CabShare booking is very simple. You have to register once and then just search for the area for ride sharing.  You can send out a fresh request too. Others are free to accept or decline the cabshare option. This saves you time and money.

CabShare is a free ride sharing application that has been launched for the convenience of the commuters like office goers, students’ etc.in Delhi NCR.

It is very convenient to book and use, and is safe to board.

Booking is as simple as:
a) Register your e-mail address and your password

Monday, 7 September 2015

CABSHARE – RIDESHARING FOR A BETTER WORLD

Instead of looking for taxi services and taxi booking, how about cab sharing and saving money? This not only promotes a cleaner environment but also is a win-win for all. Here are some more advantages of opting for CabShare.

CabShare is a very unique concept of ride sharing i.e. sharing the cab and its costs with others; very popular internationally, now being introduced in Delhi NCR.  It is a trustworthy, secure and convenient way of travelling while networking socially in registered cabs and with trusted people in your neighbourhood.

Saturday, 5 September 2015

You, Me & Cabshare

Welcome to Cabshare.....
We wanted to share with you the story of why we built Cabshare.
It emerged from the hardship we had faced, just as you do when you travel to another city or, in your daily commute or, the many times you take an auto or a cab – late nights, rainy days, emergencies, all those unpredictable days.
The year was 2006 and Rajan was based out of Mumbai. He was a frequent business traveller. And then his father fell ill in Chandigarh, and he found myself travelling to Chandigarh almost every weekend.
He was regularly taking cabs to and fro the airport in Delhi and Mumbai. Additionally, the commute between the airport and railway station in Delhi was a nightmare! It wasn’t long before Rajan began to think ‘what a waste’. It wasn’t just the fare he was thinking of, there was more than one aspect to this waste and we’ll come to that in a minute.
Soon after, Rajan moved to Gurgaon but his business travel continued. Gurgaon city travel was as painful as that of Mumbai. To make things worse, airports in Bangalore and Hyderabad shifted out of the city so that airport-to-hotel time doubled. In the beginning, Rajan didn’t notice it. We never do. When things get progressively more difficult or inconvenient, we tend to adjust ourselves to the new situation.
But, with the earlier thought of ‘what a waste’ already going through his mind, he couldn’t help noticing that it was a very long way from airport into the city, particularly in these two cities – and boring, if we may add. The first leg was open monotony after a couple of trips, more so if you land in the dark, and the second leg – the city stretch – well, the cab crept in bumper-to-bumper traffic. It was monotony and boredom of a different kind – of narrow, frustrating impatience.