Ride Jamaica Improves Convenience and Safety with Suite of New Services

Jamaica News, Montego Bay: Ride Jamaica, the Jamaican based ride sharing technology company today launched its newly minted mobile website  https://ridejamaicataxi.com  The new mobile site provides a suite of Online Convenience Services to consumers and puts real convenience in the hands of Jamaicans. Users can save the site to the home-screens of their phones where it behaves like a regular app. From their phones, users will be able to tap their screen to access, book and pay for several convenience services with their credit cards or Sagicor MyCash Cards. Payments are settled in Jamaican Dollars and there is a 100% NO HASSLE REFUND GUARANTEE if services are not provided.

Motorists in need of roadside assistance or who may be involved in an accident now have the convenience of booking a WRECKER for immediate dispatch to their exact location. This service will be particularly helpful to ladies who might need roadside assistance, especially at nights.

The second service promotes road safety by providing Party and Events transfers. Partygoers are now encouraged to book a Party Taxi instead of driving their own vehicles. The Party Taxi is available for regular nightly and weekend entertainment and also for organized Events such as Reggae Sumfest and other events. The availability of this service will decrease the incidence of drunk or buzzed driving that contributes to many weekend accidents after partying. Patrons will now be free to have fun without worrying about getting home safely.

The third service enhances security for Business Owners who can now access an On-Demand security system that provides an unmarked vehicle and a security officer at a scheduled time. This system is made possible through advanced security algorithms that guarantee the anonymity of the client and ensures the privacy and security of each secure transfer.

Parents across Montego Bay can still use the system to easily and conveniently book the weekly CARPOOLING Services for their children. This service focuses on the safety of children and convenience to families, while creating a child-friendly learning environment for children during their commute.

As Jamaica’s mobile technology leader, Ride Jamaica and its partners are committed to providing systems that promote road safety, enhance convenience to its users, and increase the efficiency of its providers. Hailed recently by the Minister of Transport for its practical innovations in the Transport Sector, the company continues to create innovative solutions to issues plaguing the transport sector. The launch of this advanced web app at https://ridejamaicataxi.com represents a leap forward for safety in the Jamaican transport sector.

CEO of Ride Jamaica, Technology Entrepreneur Dr. Shaun Jones, says; “There is great value to be gained from promoting safety and convenience. This is what many developed societies such as the United States have recognized and promoted as together they enhance the value of human capital. As a people we too must improve our efficiencies and thereby increase our productivity. Since time is the most valuable commodity a person has, when we provide convenience, we give back time to people so they can do other things with the time they gained.”

“The other concern we have addressed in our designs is the issue of safety. As stakeholders in the Jamaican society we must create and deploy systems that will ensure the preservation of our human capital, starting with our children who we secure with the Carpooling System, and extending to the business owners who we secure with the new Security Escorts.” noted Dr. Jones

The services are immediately available and people are encouraged to visit the new mobile website or download the Ride Jamaica App from the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store.

About Ride Jamaica

Founded in 2015, Ride Jamaica is a Jamaican Mobile Technology company which is the brainchild of Technology Entrepreneur and Physician, Dr. Shaun Jones. The company’s mission is to support the transport sector with cutting edge technology that improves safety and promotes convenience. Apart from the new mobile website, users may download the Ride Jamaica App from the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store.

For more information about Ride Jamaica and its services, visit our website at https://ridejamaicataxi.com

 

Dr. Shaun Jones –  CEO

Ride Jamaica

3 Barnett Street

Montego Bay

Phone: 876-979-3874

Email: [email protected]

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