uGoMyWay is a locally designed, built and maintained mobile app that aims to remove cars form the roads by connecting drivers and passengers who make the same trip into work – or to-and-from school - every day.
The app ranks route matches, and connects commuters who decide themselves who will drive and what the shared costs will be.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed uGoMyWay cofounder Chris Megan.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for quotes from it).
Safety is paramount.— Chris Megan, uGoMyWay
Lift clubs are recognised [in terms of regulations].— Chris Megan, uGoMyWay
People should check their insurance policies.— Chris Megan, uGoMyWay
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