The company started its journey in New York in 2019, with plans to simultaneously launch in other American states and Dhaka
DRiViLL, a US-based ride-sharing company, is waiting to enter the Bangladeshi ride-sharing business to offer their services at reasonable prices.
The company started its journey in New York in 2019, with plans to simultaneously launch in other American states and Dhaka, subject to obtaining permits from relevant authorities, said a press release.
DRiViLL ride-sharing services offer drivers the opportunity to work with a minimum 0% commission and offer passengers the safest travel in the country at the lowest cost.
It is going to appear with a total of 20 new features, the release added.
Mohammad Wahid Ujjal, founder and CEO of DRiViLL, said, “Ride-sharing app has become very popular in Bangladesh in the last few years. However, with the increase in customers, many people have to face some problems. We are planning to launch our ride-sharing app "DRiViLL" after researching those issues."
”Whoever uses ride-sharing, they want to stay away from recurring ride-related problems on the road. DRiViLL assures the customers that they do not have to suffer any kind while taking our service. Now we are waiting to come out into the roads," he added.
Wahid, an American citizen of Bangladeshi origin, said: "Security measures and low cost will make DRiViLL popular. We are confident that we will be 100% ahead in the competitive market with our services."