Bolt Uganda now limits drivers to work for a maximum of 12 hours. The move, which was introduced this month, is to help drivers get more resting time so they resume with a sharp mind to drive.
Bolt Uganda has expanded its footprint to Gulu city.
The ride-hailing firm says it will be charging from Shs2,000 for boda-boda rides and Shs8,000 for Bolt base.
Bolt Uganda is waiving commissions for drivers following the government’s recent partial lifting of the lockdown.
The ride-hailing firm has done this to help drivers have a better start after the 42-day lockdown which significantly impacted their earnings.
It’s no secret that the ride-hailing industry has become a vital part of our daily lives for many people with different needs for getting around.