Ride-sharing service OBHAI Solutions Limited, popularly known as OBHAI, has recruited a pool of women bikers who will be sharing a ride with the company. The women bikers will be a part of OBHAI’s fleet in Bangladesh from Saturday.
Apart from the existing female bikers, OBHAI is in the process to onboard over 50 female bikers who will start sharing rides within a few weeks. Some female bikers are also interested in joining training programmes of OBHAI which are periodically conducted to enhance the service quality and ensure smooth communication between the bikers and the service provider. OBHAI is also providing training course at its training facility with an experienced trainer for women willing to drive with OBHAI and be a part of its fleet.
The female bikers will share rides with only women using OBON, an exclusive feature under OBHAI app which ensures motorbike ride sharing for women passengers only. To attract women passengers to its service, OBHAI has launched extensive promotion on social media with a commitment to provide the safest possible ride for women on the streets of Dhaka.
The company has provided basic training to women bikers to ensure safety on the go. In-app features like emergency SOS will help women passengers and drivers contact OBHAI support.
OBHAI is a concern of the country’s leading conglomerate MGH Group. A relatively new player in the market, OBHAI has been pushing boundaries with features like emergency SOS, mandatory helmet for the passengers, safe speed limit of 50 kilometers, cleanliness and a variety of convenient payment options.