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InstaRyde ride-sharing service finds opportunity to assist Torontonians during taxi protest

It has been a week of transport turmoil in Toronto with various anti-Uber taxi strikes stranding commuters during one of the busiest times in the year. InstaRyde, a Canadian ride-sharing service, is on the scene to help get Toronto moving more efficiently. Travel quickly and stress free to your destination during today’s taxi protests and throughout the holiday season. The on-demand service is poised to be a hit with both passengers and ride-sharing drivers in the 6ix and beyond.

“We’re stoked to announce that Toronto now has a homegrown ride-sharing option you can depend on to get around the city, even during a taxi strike,” said Karim Sumar, Co-Founder & CEO, InstaRyde. “Download our free app from Google Play or the App Store on your smart phone and you’ll be seamlessly connected with one of our drivers in seconds.”

 More information on InstaRyde:

·      They are a Toronto-born technology company that is currently operating in Toronto and Mississauga – with more locations to come.

·       Safe. Reliable. Affordable.

·       No Surge Pricing. Not during a snowstorm, concert, or traffic jam.

·       InstaRyde drivers are experts behind the wheel as well as at falconry, conversation, dancing, and spelunking.

InstaRyde is uniting communities through technology and travel. Join the InstaRyde movement by downloading the app on Google Play or the App Store. Use promo code ryde20 for $20 off your ryde.


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