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This week we added three new companies to our RideGuru Fare Comparison Calculator in an ongoing effort to provide our users with ride options in every corner of the world. Take a look below to learn about ExecuTesla, Careem, and YandexTaxi.
ExecuTesla is available in Austin, TX.
ExecuTesla is a green energy, Tesla and black car service in Austin, Texas. ExecuTesla has the largest fleet of Tesla vehicles in Austin with multiple Tesla Model S sedans or Model X SUVs available for hire. Executesla caters to both everyday riders as well as those who are looking for a ride for a special occasion such as a wedding or corporate get together. ExecuTesla cars are available for advanced reservation as well as on demand. However, there is a one hour minimum for rides (3 hour minimum for weddings or big events). Executesla accepts both cash and credit card payments.
Careem is available in United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Egypt, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Morocco, Oman, Pakistan, Palestinian Territory, Occupied, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and Turkey.
Careem is a rideshare company based out of Dubai, UAE. Careem was first established in 2012 as a website based service for corporate car transfers. Since then, Careem has evolved into an everday rideshare company for the general public. Through the Careem app, you can hail a variety of cars to suit your needs from sedans, SUVs, and luxury vehicles. Careem even has services for families with young children. Careem operates in 53 cities across the Middle East, North Africa and Pakistan. They accept both Cash and Credit for payments and allow users to book rides on demand or in advance.
YandexTaxi is available in Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Novosibirsk, Yekaterinburg, Krasnodar, Sochi, Perm, Tula, and Voronezh.
YandexTaxi is a for hire car service in Russia that allows users to hail traditional taxi cabs through their application or web browser. YandexTaxi is created by Yandex, the "Google of Russia" and just recently ( in 2017) YandexTaxi and Uber (Russia) merged to provide the public with expanded ride options as well as food delivery services. YandexTaxi does not own a fleet of vehicles, instead customers orders are sent to their taxi service partners who handle the rides. YandexTaxi has multiple options for vehicles from sedans, SUVS, child safety seat options, and bicycle carrier services. Yandex allows riders to pay for their rides in either cash or by credit card.
To read about the other rideshare companies that we support check out our Rideshares Worldwide page.