Ride-hailing organization Ola said it has deferred off rent rentals for its drivers in the midst of Coronavirus pandemic. Soft Bank-supported Ola, which rivals Uber, said that postpone off is for drivers “who work vehicles claimed by Ola’s backup, Ola Fleet Technologies under its renting program,” and will diminish the “monetary weight during these occasions,” it said in an announcement.
Ola would keep on giving protection advantages to drivers and their mates against “loss of pay” because of compression of COVID-19 and other clinical help. Ola drivers under the renting project can take a long haul rent for a vehicle while the organization would charge a store and an every day rental sum between Rs 700-1,150 dependent on the city and vehicle model rented.
At the hour of renting, “Ola Fleet Technologies charges Rs 4,000 as non-refundable charge and Rs 21,000-31,000 as refundable security store contingent upon the vehicle type,” the organization said. In the midst of the developing flare-up of Coronavirus in India, which has contaminated 519 individuals up until this point and caused 11 deaths, administrations of both Ola and Uber have been affected. While Uber has suspended activities across India because of the lockdown, Ola has constrained its administration to help just basic administrations.