Estonian taxi-hailing firm Bolt has unveiled its services in different towns across Kenya stepping up competition for its rivals Uber and Little cab, who already have a presence in these regions.
Bolt, formerly Taxify, is set to unveil taxi, tuk-tuk and bodaboda services in these new towns.
This latest launch makes makes Bolt the largest ride-hailing service provider in terms of geographical reach.
While other taxi companies, You have to pay a certain amount of money per week, With Bolt you pay between 10% and 20 % percentage per every ride depending on the city you are in.
Earn Money Driving with Bolt
Work with your own schedule. No monthly fees, no minimum hours and no boss.
Drive with Bolt and earn extra income.
Work with your own schedule. No minimum hours and no boss.
No monthly fees
No risk, you only pay when you earn.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Q: I don’t drive full-time. Can I use Bolt for just a few hours a week?
- A: Of course, some of our drivers are only active a few hours during weekends and make solid part-time income.
- Q: How do I get paid?
- A: Clients pay you in cash or via Bolt. We pay out to your bank account every week.
- Q: How much do I pay Bolt?
- A: We do not have any monthly fees, so you only pay for finished trips. We usually ask for 10% to 20% of the ride fee, depending on your city. You can get more information by contacting us.
- Q: How long does it take to sign up?
- A: Submitting your information takes just 5 minutes. After that you will get a 30 minute training in our office. In some cities, we will accept your application remotely once you provide us with all the necessary documents.
- Q: What if I don’t have a smartphone?
- A: Our city teams suggest you a budget Android smartphone that you can buy or finance.
- Q: What if I don’t have a car?
- A: Our city teams can help you match with our partner fleets or rental companies who offer competitive rates on vehicles that are accepted on our platform. In some cities, longer term drivers can get financing deals from our partners.