N24 Staff Writer, KATHMANDU:- Ride-sharing services, which were shut down due to the lockdown, have become regular for Tootle and Pathao.
The service has been started through the riding sharing app after the lockdown was lifted in the valley.
Tootle, a company that shares Nepali riding, has started the service with rider vigilance. Rider started the service by setting standards for the use of gloves, masks, goggles and sanitizers, said Shikshit Bhatta, founder of the company.
“We provide the service with caution. We also urge passengers to wear masks and take necessary precautions,” Bhatta said.
Although Pathao has not started regular service, it has started vigilant service through certain riders. Pathao has said that it will provide regular service to those who need urgent services in case of emergency.
“We have started the service with the necessary vigilance just like we did when the service was reopened after the lockdown,” said Asim Man Singh Basnet, regional director of Pathao.
“We have asked the riders to serve only by wearing sanitizer, protective mask and protective clothing. We also sanitize the ride after the ride,” he said.
He said that the service was provided with a social spirit to help those in trouble as public transport was not running. Pathao said that preparations are being made to go for regular service now.
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