Bolt Launches Scheduled Rides Feature for Stress-Free Travel


Bolt, a popular ride-hailing platform in Africa, has introduced a new “Scheduled Rides” feature to provide unparalleled convenience and peace of mind. This feature allows passengers to book their rides up to 72 hours in advance, ensuring a stress-free trip without the hassle of finding transportation at the last minute.

Scheduled Rides is the latest enhancement to Bolt’s platform, designed to meet the evolving needs of its loyal riders. Customers with a Bolt Business account can use the Ride Booker feature to schedule rides for business-related trips or to accommodate their guests.

According to Yahaya Mohammed, the country manager, “As a business, we value our consumers’ feedback, and as such we are happy to introduce the Scheduled Rides feature, marking yet another milestone in our commitment to enhancing the overall passenger experience. This reflects our dedication to providing our users with maximum convenience and reliability”.

Passengers can enjoy advanced booking, assured availability, flexibility, customization, punctuality, and open pricing, making their lives easier and more convenient.

To schedule a ride, passengers need to open the Bolt app, enter their destination, select Schedule Ride, choose the date and time for pick-up, and verify their reservation. Bolt has more than 150 million users across 500 cities in over 45 countries in Europe and Africa, offering ride-hailing, Bolt Food, Bolt Business, and various mobility solutions.

Bolt remains committed to enhancing the user experience on its app through innovation and wise investments, providing users with affordable, practical, and enjoyable experiences.

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