Sun,10 September 2023
Nepal's pioneering ride-sharing platform Tootle has announced its return with a new management team and a host of exciting improvements. The company says it is committed to delivering an unparalleled ride-sharing experience that seamlessly blends convenience, efficiency, and affordability.
Tootle was first launched in 2017 and quickly gained a loyal following as a convenient and affordable alternative to traditional taxis and public transportation. However, the company faced some challenges in its early days, and it eventually suspended operations in 2020.
The new management team, led by Shreyas Krishna Shrestha, Co-founder & CEO of ZAPP, is confident that Tootle can overcome these challenges and become a major player in the Kathmandu ride-sharing market.
"We are thrilled to reintroduce Tootle with a renewed passion for transforming urban commuting," said Shrestha. "Our new management team has meticulously crafted an enhanced experience, putting user satisfaction and convenience at the forefront. Tootle's resurgence represents our dedication to offering a superior ride-sharing service that truly understands and anticipates the needs of our valued users."
The new Tootle app features a sleek and intuitive design, an enhanced partner network, and increased safety measures. The company has also partnered with Shikhar Insurance to provide its drivers and customers with robust insurance and safety coverage.
The Tootle Driver App is available to download and register now. The Tootle customer app will be available to download starting September 6, 2023.
Here are some of the key improvements that Tootle has made:
Tootle is confident that these improvements will make it the leading ride-sharing platform in Kathmandu. The company is also planning to expand to other cities in Nepal in the near future.
If you are looking for a convenient, affordable, and safe way to get around Kathmandu, then Tootle is the ride-sharing app for you. Download the app today and experience the difference.