TappCar has launched its ride-sharing service in the southeastern Manitoba city of Steinbach.
The Edmonton-based company is rolling out rides in the community a little over four months since it launched in Winnipeg back in March.
WINNIPEG — TappCar, the relatively unknown Edmonton-based ride-sharing company, made history Friday by becoming the first such service to begin operating on city streets.
During a ceremonial ride in front of City Hall, St. Boniface Councillor Matt Allard hopped into a Honda CRV and was whisked over to the Manitoba legislature for lunch hour meetings.
WINNIPEG — Edmonton-based ride-sharing company TappCar has been approved as a dispatcher by the city.
The company will roll out on Winnipeg streets beginning Friday.
Edmonton-based ridesharing company TappCar has secured insurance coverage from MPI to begin its operations in Winnipeg on March 2.
TappCar says it has received a binding certificate that provides proper passenger-vehicle-for-hire coverage to all vehicles registered and operated by TappCar in Winnipeg.
A new player has emerged on Winnipeg’s so far non-existent ride-sharing scene.
TappCar, an Edmonton-based company, plans to launch service in Winnipeg on March 2.