Waze Carpool Will Be Accessible To Entire State of Washington
Waze carpool is expanding to the entire state of Washington, according to a report published on March 20, 2018.
Google owned Waze Carpool will now be available to California, Texas, Israel and Washington. To make the customers feel safe and comfortable, new options, which include driver gender filters and other convenience tools are included in Waze Carpool. By reaching to another 375,000 commuters in Seattle alone, Waze is increasing its commitment to the Carpool side of the project. Local government in Seattle has given full support to the company and officials have expressed their support in bringing in new solutions that can mitigate traffic.
This Carpool app is different from other apps with same purpose, as it does not pay much to the drivers. For longer commutes, the maximum a driver of Waze Carpool can earn is US$ 15 and this is not a source of income for the driver. This money can be used by the driver for petrol. The main objective of Waze is to link up multiple people going for work in the same direction through their Carpool platform. This means that the cost of ride will also be less. People who want the service of Waze, can download the Waze Rider app in iOS or Android smartphones. People interested to drive Waze Carpool can access it through the Waze app.
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