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Leep Rideshare?

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Anonymous
3442 Driver Driver Rider
 Posted 1 year, 9 months ago

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    JimHemlock
    141 Rider
     1 year ago

    I don't know what it means but "Leep" soudns icky to me.  Like "Reek."  Miss GoT.

    Why not just stick to "Leap"?  Now that makes sense.

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      mboscorelli
      250 Rider
       1 year ago

      Maybe it's playnig on "Leap" + "Jeep."  and they only have Jeeps as part of their fleet.

      No, I have no idea if that's the case.  or if they have Jeeps.  I haven't care enough to google it.

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    LandLoverRover
    104
     1 year ago

    OK, I will bite.  I googled it. 

    http://rideleep.com/

    It's a rideshare in San Antonio, TX.  Their claim to fame is that it's a rideshare company built by rideshare drivers. (I've heard that before.)

    Looks exactly like Uber.  and I don't know if their fleet only consists of Jeeps.  LOL.

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      wildflower1020
      Driver
       3 months ago

      Yes, your correct is rideshare who is developed by drivers in San Antonio, TX, not like Uber, and Lyft I is truly a company who's CEO not only is a Driver but owns a limo and charter company. The difference mostly that Leep Rideshare San Antonio is not a cashless platform; the drivers can take cash if passengers don't want to link their credit card to the app. The drivers who sign up for Leep get a larger share of the profits in a transparent 80-20 split. Leep also has a safety feature. Leep passengers don't have to guess on the looks of the vehicle or the driver. Like Uber and Lyft, the passengers will have a photo of the driver; and the make/model of the car. Still, one difference is the passengers will have generated upon requesting a rideshare a four-digit unique PIN code that will allow the correct driver to unlock the destination of the trip for the right passenger. The safety feature that Uber and Lyft have its riders to guess that they are in the right car...LEEP Rideshare fast and is a safe ride.

      Happy Drivers = Happy Riders

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    CaptainChampion
    128
     1 year ago

    Never heard of it.