UberMoto: Uber Will Charge Fare Cheaper Than Your Bun Kebab

source: ProPakistani

After Lahore, the famous ride-hailing application, Uber, is all set to introduce UberMoto in Karachi

Like its competitor Careem, Uber is an internationally famous and widely used ride-hailing application in Pakistan. Both of these companies have acquired a significant position in our daily lives. Because of these applications, local transport use has reduced to almost half in Pakistan and especially in the country’s metropolitan cities, like Karachi and Lahore.

Uber is set to expand its business in Pakistan by introducing much-needed services.

UberMoto: The ride-hailing application is turning into the bike-hailing application as well.



UberMoto was first launched in Lahore last month and is now making its way to the big city. The good news comes to your town as the bike service from Uber is an initiative to provide Karachiites with a service that has the cheapest fare.

Cheaper than your next bun kebab.

Uber’s base fare is 25 rupess and it goes on to chargin 5.15 PKR for 1km.

Here’s more about the fares.

How will UberMoto benefit Uber’s female customers:


source: Brandchannel.com

Being a female myself and an avid user of ride-hailing applications in Pakistan. I believe, these cars were a secure and cheap way to travel but now that Uber is ready to introduce its UberMoto in the market, we need to see how helpful will it be for the female commuters.

Let’s see if Uber introduces female bike riders for the female customers.

UberMoto in Karachi, Uber e-bikes service internationally:

Uber e-bikes
source: GearJunkie


After buying the e-bikes company, Uber will soon be renting e-bikes to its customers.

Like we said Uber is being widely used internationally, therefore, the makers are coming up with new mediums of services every now and then.
It hasn’t been so far since we heard rumors regarding meetings between Uber with bike-hailing start-up company, JUMP.

By Maira Feroz

A journalism student who's studying the native form of journalism but is performing it in the digital way.