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Daewoo rolls out own ride hailing app competing with Uber & Careem


Daewoo have released a new app to compete with Careem and Uber. The company has now launched a new ride hailing app by making their customer’s lives easier.

Have a look at their video:

Daewoo cab service is available in Lahore, Rawalpindi/Islamabad, Karachi, Multan, Peshawar, Abbottabad, Sialkot, Faisalabad and Sukkur.

Users in Karachi will be able to use the promo code DAEWOOFIRST to get Rs. 300 off their first ride in the city.

Other ride sharing services offers different categories of cars but, Daewoo offers business cars only (Toyota Corolla XLI and similar cars) which is much more expensive in comparison. They are hoping to target a niche with its luxury ride hailing services in the market.

The Daewoo app is quite similar to the Careem app in terms of its overall design.










After opening the app, you are required to sign in/sign up. A simple booking page shows up after completing the registration process. The app uses Google Maps for setting pickup and drop-off locations. Just like Careem app, the Daewoo app also offers a Now/Later option for booking a ride now or at a later date.

The fare however is much higher than Careem or Uber. This is because their service offers business cars only and not everyone can afford to pay that much on every trip.

Swipe right from the main booking page and you can access payment options, editing your settings, ride history, contact info etc. The wallet option is particularly useful if you have used Careem. Daewoo has used that and added it in their app.

It is nice to see more competition in the ride sharing service market. As the competition is growing, customers tend to have more choices available. Daewoo is more of an established name in the transport services so it would be interesting to see what they will offer in the future.

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