Wible, the carsharing service promoted by Repsol and Kia in the Community of Madrid, and Cabify have reached an agreement to enable the car rental service by the minute offered by Wible in the Cabify application, “as a joint commitment to continue promoting sustainable urban mobility alternatives” as reported by both companies.
This option, which is already available to a percentage of Cabify users, will be available to everyone starting next week.
Its about first agreement of its kind between a carsharing company and Cabify. Now, they are added to increase the options of their users.
From now on, in addition to using the Wible app, anyone who has the Cabify app on their mobile phone will be able to have access to the 500 Kia Niro plug-in hybrids that the carsharing company has spread throughout the Community of Madrid.
The user performs the entire vehicle rental process without leaving the Cabify app. That is, you can see where the Wible cars are and their characteristics, as well as make the reservation and opening, make the desired route by viewing in real time where it runs and end the trip, where they indicate the exact price of it. In addition, the user will be able to solve any incident that occurs before, during or after the requested trip through the Cabify app, which will put him in contact with Wible when necessary.
“This agreement will allow us to have a presence in a leading mobile application in its segment, offering its users an autonomous, responsible and efficient mobility alternative. One more step towards multimodality that both companies are going to face together from our platforms to offer our customers the greatest possible number of alternatives in their daily commutes “, says Carlos Blanco, CEO of Wible.
“As a technological platform, we seek to redefine the way we move hand in hand with a wide range of alternatives that adapt to the needs of users at all times, showing the advantages and characteristics of each one of them. With agreements like this one with WiBLE, we continue to advance towards a new mobility, avoiding the use of private cars and giving back part of the space in cities that corresponds to those of us who live in them “, says Juan de Antonio, CEO and founder of Cabify.