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Self-drive player, Revv, offers cars free for health workers

New Delhi, April 8, 2020: Self-drive mobility start-up, Revv  is offering cars at zero fee, to assist healthcare workers amid the coronavirus outbreak. In times when healthcare workers continue to fight out the pandemic, the paused availability of public transport options has made their day commute to hospitals more difficult and potentially even unsafe, and this initiative aims to solve that problem.

This service is now live in 5 cities - Delhi, Bangalore, Mumbai, Chennai and Pune. In each of these cities, Revv will make its current fleet of cars available, free of charge, to healthcare workers currently engaged in active duty at a hospital, upon submission of relevant ID proof. Revv will mobilize 1000+ cars to start with and include more as the need escalates.

In each of the 5 cities where Revv is providing this service, healthcare workers can reach out to Revv at 9250035555 to place a booking. Revv will also add the service to its website and apps soon. After placing the booking, the healthcare worker can pick up the car from Revv’s delivery centres, and use it entirely free of charge. Revv will require the user to share a copy of his proof of work (such as the hospital ID card) at the time of placing the booking. All the cars will be sanitized before handover.

Revv is also tying up with volunteer groups engaged in solving the COVID19 pandemic to expand the reach of this initiative.

Founded by ex-McKinsey executives, Anupam Agarwal and Karan Jain, Revv started in July 2015, from Delhi-NCR. 





    


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Self-drive player, Revv, offers cars free for health workers
by supported by on May  14,  2020
  "In an innovative plan to engage its fleet, car sharing and subscription startup Revv is offering cars to healthcare workers for free. Backed by Edelweiss, Hyundai Motors, Kia Motors and others, Revv has gone live with the service in five cities."