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The ride sharing application has introduced a commission charge within 10 percent for drivers, to ensure fair and affordable rides for both drivers and passengers, it said. 

Kathmandu: inDrive, a global mobility and urban services platform, has officially launched its operations in Nepal on Monday.  

According to the company, it has introduced a commission charge within 10 percent for drivers, to ensure fair and affordable rides for both drivers and passengers.

“The popularity of the application is growing because of our unique people-to-people model and Human Driven approach. Unlike other ride-hailing apps, where algorithms determine pricing, inDrive offers a unique service by allowing passengers and drivers to independently negotiate the fare of the ride. It gives people the freedom to decide the fare of a ride and even bargain with the driver directly within the app,” the company said in a statement.

Pavit Nanda Anand, APAC Communications Lead, inDrive said, “As a brand, at inDrive our mission is to Challenge injustice to make the world a fairer place for more than 1 billion  people. We are excited to announce that inDrive is now officially in Nepal. inDrive gives freedom of choice to people all around the world. Nepal’s market is extremely important for us, and we believe that our services will bring innovation and employment to the Nepali market.”

Rita Pokhrel, Director of inDrive Nepal, said: “inDrive’s official launch in Nepal marks a new chapter in the ride-hailing industry of Nepal. We are excited to announce that inDrive, now officially launched in Nepal. We have partnered with IME Pay as our payment partner to provide our users with a seamless and secure payment experience.”