Tripda verifies drivers and passengers to ensure security and safeguard user privacy, including offering a “Ladies Only” option for women seeking all-female rides. Also, for the benefit of the entire community, Tripda encourages community ratings and reviews by travelers who have taken rides together.
Tripda is already available in more than 10 countries across the Americas and Asia, and its Indian launch shows the giant startup buildermight launch it in Africa soon, especially Nigeria, South Africa, Egypt or Kenya.
During the US launch, Tripda co-founder and CEO Adi Vaxman said, “Tripda is exciting because it is part of a broader sharing economy movement to increase opportunity and reduce costs. The evolution of the sharing economy over the past two to three years created a mindset that is very open to our offering, and we’re excited about expanding our growth to the U.S.”