Since the French startup Klaxit connects the driver and the runner, you do not have to ride your car every day. And the company recently announced new functions with the help of Uber. If your driver cancels your return home, Klaxit I will reserve Uber for you.
Klaxit is a carpool startup focused on working. And this problem is more complicated than you think. You do not always go to work at the same time, so you can not work with the same person everyday. Likewise, your driver sometimes has to put out work early, leaving you in the office without doing anything.
As a pilot, I'd like to get the shortest route to work. So, you will pair with the runner you are about to work on.
Klaxit currently manages 300,000 trips a day. In particular, the company is related to 150 companies including large companies such as BNP Paribas, Boria, Vinci and Sodexo.
Klaxit is particularly useful for companies with large office buildings other than large cities. Klaxit's promotion will instantly promote supply and demand with this office. However, in order to use Klaxit you do not need to find a job in one of these companies.
Local governments can also financially support Klaxit to improve traffic and mobility of users who do not own cars or driver's licenses. "Travel assistance at Klaxit is 8 to 10 times cheaper than bus line construction," Julien Honnart, co-founder CEO, said.
One of the biggest concerns as a runner is that you are going to get a job in the evening. Klaxit currently requires the user to get on with two other drivers. If both refuse your request, Crackit reserves Uber's trip to return home.
You do not need to get paid by Uber and Klaxit pays directly to Uber. You do not need a Uber account, Klaxit uses Uber for Business. MAIF is the insurance company underlying this insurance function.
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