In the advent of ride-hailing apps, now comes a homegrown web-based mobile-friendly ride-sharing service, Droupr, which you can use to share a ride to get to your destination. Similar to Grab’s GrabHitch service, Droupr drivers don’t make any profit, instead the service simply allows them to offset their costs by sharing a ride with others, and it also charges a small booking fee to cover its overhead. The purpose of the system is to give everyone a community-based, safe travelling experience, while everyone shares the cost of travel. It pairs together car owners about to hit the road and passengers by matching available seats in cars with a real search engine, and is engineered to create a secure, trust-based community with declared identities and full member profiles.
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