Is bus safe to travel in? Tips to maintain social distancing in a bus

The bus transport industry has faced a huge loss during the lockdown. A large number of people in the country utilizes bus services. People belonging to both urban and rural areas largely preferred travelling by bus very often. After the ease of restrictions of lockdown, people started switching to their routines that were followed before the pandemic. Everyone is commuting to work and...

Is public transport safe to use once lockdown ends?

India is the second most populated country in the world with almost 1.4 billion people. Out of them, 18.1% of the citizens choose a public mode of transport for their work trips. India accommodates approximately 7 crore passengers in its Public transport. Among these people, the major number comprise work-going people who cannot avoid going out and their ultimate option for travelling is public...

Safety precautions after lockdown to start taking when outdoors

None of us has ever imagined that a tiny virus could change everything and influence our lives to such a great extent. For the well-being of the citizens and to eradicate COVID-19, the Government had imposed a lockdown for 70 days and it implemented different versions of it to save people from this deadly virus. It was an attempt to create proper awareness about the pandemic situation but the...

Is Share Cab safe to use to go back to work?

It has been more than 2 months since the lockdown was lifted. Everybody has slowly started to get used to the new normal. As soon as the Government removed every possible restriction at public places, all these places have started to get as crowded as usual. The fear of the pandemic that people had at the beginning slowly started vanishing. Reportedly, there is a steady decline in corona cases...

Hyderabad Metro charges vs. Cab fare vs. Self-drive bike: Most affordable option

Hyderabad is among the most important urban economies in the country. As per the 2011 census of India, Hyderabad ranks fourth among the most populous cities in India. With such a high population, it is not surprising that a variety of travel options are available for the intracity commute. Unfortunately, multiple options often come with a lot of confusion as to which is the best option to travel...

Disadvantages of starting a bike loan EMI: What to consider first

If you have been thinking of purchasing a bike for a while, you are most likely to have considered going for a bike loan EMI option. Bike loans are a particularly favourite option to finance your bike purchase. EMIs are known to take away the burden of high initial investments and provide the benefit of spreading your expenditure over a long time. Bike loan EMIs may seem like the gateway to your...

Bangalore Metro charges vs. monthly bike rental cost

Bangalore is among the fastest developing cities in the country. As a major city with a huge population, the cost of living is understandably high. A large part of the average monthly spending goes towards transportation. As per a report, nearly 14% of the monthly income is spent on transportation by an average household in Bangalore. In a city with such a high cost of living, it becomes...

Ampere electric bike price: Buying vs Renting

Travelling by bikes is the favourite way to travel for Indians. Particularly in urban areas with high traffic, bikes are the only hope to get anywhere conveniently and quickly. Bikes are easy to ride, simple to maintain and a blessing while traversing through heavy traffic. The fact that two-wheeler sales nearly doubled to 21 million units in 2019 from 11.77 million units in 2011 is proof of the...

No strings attached- why millennials can’t get enough of Bounce!

Millennials love two things: minimalism & a lifestyle that doesn’t weigh them down. In the past ownership and consumerism were looked at as treats only financially successful could partake in. Today, most 20 and 30-somethings look at them as heavy anchors that kill their free-spiritedness.  For the generations before them, rent was looked at as sunk cost. But millennials are more than...

Bounce: the most pocket-friendly option in town!

Daily commute is an essential part of all our lives. The average Bangalorean spends upto Rs.3,000 on getting around the city. Daily commute is an essential and sometimes time-consuming part of our lives. But many of us look forward to it if a transport service goes that extra mile to look after us in our everyday lives without burning a hole in our pockets. This week, we take a closer look at...
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